|48 monthly payments||£119|
|Park's deposit contribution||£150|
|Cash price OTR||£7,499|
|Total amount of credit||£7,230|
|Term of agreement||49 months|
|Option to purchase fee||£10|
|Optional final payment||£2,684|
|Total amount payable||£8,665|
|Rate of interest (fixed)||5.70%|
|Excess mileage charge||7p per mile|
The all-new Suzuki Celerio is a small car with lots to offer. Highly fuel efficient and easy to drive, this compact 5-door hatchback still offers plenty inside to make you smile.
With a class-leading boot space of 254 litres and ample room to comfortably fit 5 passengers, thanks to the high roofline and generous interior dimensions, you will always be guaranteed a relaxing and enjoyable drive.
Not only is the new Suzuki Celerio compact and practical but the eye-catching stylish exterior makes this hatchback even more desirable. Polished black and silver alloy wheels add a stunning finish to the car with style and class. Front fog lights also decorate the face of the Celerio ensuring the clearest visibility even on the mistiest nights.
You will always have peace of mind driving the new Suzuki Celerio thanks to the front, side and curtain airbags which ensure you are always in safe hands. Other interior features include air conditioning to keep you cool when it is hot outside and an elevated driving position giving superb visibility, meaning drivers have an even wider view of the road ahead. Drivers can also turn up the volume and enjoy the DAB digital radio which includes a CD turner and USB connectivity while Bluetooth with hands free is also offered meaning drivers can firmly keep their hands on the steering wheel.
The Suzuki Celerio is powered by a highly efficient 67bhp 1.0 litre three-cylinder petrol engine which returns 65.7mpg and emits an incredibly low 99g/km of CO2. These outstanding figures rival some of the most economical cars in its class meaning the new Suzuki Celerio is not only agile and stylish but also environmentally friendly.
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