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There is no mistake distinguishing the new 2018 Suzuki Celerio from its
predecessor, thanks to a redesigned front bumper, which features an integrated
lower air intake and more aggressive design.

Starting from the tar up, the bumper has a more integrated lower air intake, which
narrows towards the top and ends narrower than the grille below the front number
plate holder. The shape of the intake is mimicked by the moulded colour section
around it to accentuate the wide blacked-out grille with its large Suzuki emblem.

With the new bumper, Suzuki’s designers created a distinct separate section for
the front fog lights, which stretches all the way to the front lights and integrates
neatly with the Celerio’s shoulder-line, which now flows from the doors on to the
front fender and the bumper. As before, Suzuki will add front fog lights as standard
on the GL model.

Suzuki has left the list of specifications untouched for both the entry-level GA and
more luxurious GL models.

Both models offer power steering, air conditioning with pollen filter, vanity mirrors
in both sun visors, a security cover and shopping bag hook in the luggage area
and a 12V accessory socket as standard.

The Celerio is fitted with Suzuki’s K10B 1-litre, three-cylinder engine, which offers
55 kW at 6000 rpm and 90 Nm of torque at a peak of 3500 rpm.

The engine has won Suzuki gold and silver awards in the British Green Apple
Environmental Awards for its frugal nature, which is partly thanks to the multipoint fuel injection system as well as the Celerio’s low kerb weight of only 835 kg.

In South Africa, this means that the Celerio has a CO2-rating of 110 g/km for
manual models and 108 g/km for the automated manual transmission model –
both well below the 120 g/km emission tax bracket.

As before, owners can choose between the five-speed manual transmission and
the five-speed automated manual transmission (AMT). The latter offers the selfshifting comfort of an automatic gearbox, with the frugal nature of a manual wgearbox thanks to the fitment of the self-actuating clutch.


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