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Just when you thought Suzuki couldn’t cram another vehicle into the entry-level hatchback market it’s gone and done it with the new Celerio. The Suzuki Celerio falls in under the Splash as a slightly smaller four-door hatch at a slightly lower price point. As mentioned the Celerio has a smaller engine and that comes in at one-litre with 50 kW and 90 Nm, which is quite similar to what German rival the VW up puts out. Suzuki has done a good job of getting all the modern day essentials packed into the Celerio.
The soundproofing isn’t great either as the three-cylinder growl intrudes into the cabin in more of an irritating manner than an inspiring or exciting way.
While it’s a bit noisy to drive around in the Celerio is relatively comfortable on the road, there’s a bit of lean in the corners but nothing too scary. The Suzuki Celerio offers good value at its price point, it’s equipped with reasonable safety features and ticks the right boxes on the gadgets list for a modern city driver. The Suzuki Celerio is a car that's jam-packed with specification, gadgets and offers generous interior space.
Ashley has been riding or driving some sort of motorised vehicle since his 4th birthday when he got a Yamaha PW50. The new version of the Hyundai i20 has been shown ahead of its debut at the Paris Motor Show in October 2014. The New Generation i20 has been designed and developed in Europe, the mantra followed in the creation of the new car was to create class-leading interior space, high-technology and comfort-enhancing features, and clean, refined design. Sitting on a new platform, the wheelbase has been extended by 45mm to 2570mm creating more space for occupants.
The inclusion of front and rear parking assist, heated steering wheel, static bending headlamps and automatic defog system are impressive for a B-segment hatch. Standard across the range is Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Vehicle Stability Management (VSM).
Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) is a welcome addition to the range and alerts drivers if they are veering off course without signalling their intention to change lane during motorway driving. Cornering headlamps, activated during cornering when the steering wheel is turned left or right by more than 25 degrees and illuminating the direction of travel have been added.


The engines remain the same from the previous generations except that they have been engineered to deliver torque lower down the rev range. For every friend you refer to DiscoverOnline, you and your friend will each get an entry into our lucky draw.
Mercedes-Benz is readying its double-cab offering, which is expected to make its official debut next year. Yes, we are doing cardboard stencils for 6061-T6 aluminum panels that will be cut and riveted to the frame for extra strength. You start with the basic areas, then ADD small pieces for the edges and details ? taping the parts together and modifying it until it?s right.
This now means that if you want a small Suzuki you have a choice between the Celerio, Splash and Swift, all of which you can buy for around R130 000. The Celerio gets a smaller engine, the proportions are marginally smaller and the boot size is pretty much the same size as other Suzukis. Despite the lack of power the Celerio hasn’t got much weight to lug around, the gear ratios are quite tight so the Celerio stays on the boil the whole way to fifth gear. For starters front airbags for driver and passenger are standard, so is ABS and EBD making it a pretty safe car for this segment. While the price point is lower than many of its rivals, it shows it in the quality of the materials used.
The springs are quite soft in the suspension so it deals with potholes and bumps in a soft cushiony way rather than ironing them out.
It lacks the build quality and refinement of its sibling the Swift and the new Volkswagen up! However its lacking a little refinement and I suspect the engine may be slightly underpowered with four people onboard.
Crushed by the expense of motor racing, Ashley took up journalism and became a writer for some of South Africa’s best motoring magazines and online publications.
Additionally there’s more front and rear legroom, whilst boot capacity is up to 326-litres from 295 in the previous model. Other new features include a dashboard-integrated seven-inch satellite navigation system, automatic folding door mirrors and smartphone docking integration.


The more accessible torque improves the throttle response and makes town driving more exciting. Even though it will be based on a modified (new-generation) Nissan Navara platform, it will be appointed to a level of luxury that will satisfy brand loyalists and will be sold and serviced through conventional Benz dealers.
It was conceived for markets in which high-spec derivatives of otherwise commercially-oriented pick-ups are popular and South Africa’s a prime example. It is expected that turbopetrol and –diesel powerplants will be offered in 4- and 6-cylinder guises and that there will be a choice between 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic transmissions. Motoring journalist, columnist, copy editor, PR practitioner and South African rep on World Car of the Year jury panel.
On the freeway the short ratios don’t really help as it sits at 4000rpm at 120kph, that’s not good for fuel economy or your ears as the Celerio plays quite a noisy tune at that rpm.
Moving on to the nicer things to have in your car, there’s electric windows, CD player, a USB and Aux port, steering wheel mounted controls for the radio and Bluetooth.
Space inside is particularly generous for front and rear passengers, and the boot is quite large for an entry-level hatch at 235-Litres. The steering is made for city driving where turns are abundant as the wheel is super light and can be swung with the lightest of touches. If you can stretch your budget just a little bit the Swift is the vehicle you want from Suzuki. USB and auxiliary connectivity is fitted as standard and can be specified with an integrated My Music function along with Bluetooth hands free, where up to 1GB of music can be stored and played. Out on the open road though it could do with more weight to it, in strong winds the Celerio gets buffeted around a bit and the light steering doesn’t inspire much confidence.



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