The Suzuki Celerio is cheap to buy, frugal and surprisingly spacious. However, its interior feels low-rent and there aren't many modern safety aids.get the best price
The notable omissions on this entry-level trim are air-conditioning and Bluetooth. You do get central locking, electric front windows, a DAB radio and 60/40 split-folding rear seats, though – and at this price the Celerio is the cheapest city car on the market.
The only engine is a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol with 67bhp. That might sound a bit feeble, but it’s enough in a car as small and light as the Celerio.