With such a low entry price, you’d be forgiven for thinking the Celerio was about as basic as a cardboard box on wheels, but that’s not the case at all. In fact, all versions come with five doors as standard, along with relative luxuries including alloy wheels, air-con, a DAB radio, Bluetooth and electric front windows.
There’s only one engine (a 67bhp 1.0-litre petrol) and while it’s undoubtedly best suited to low-speed performance, it’s willing enough to keep the Suzuki up with traffic on A-roads and motorways.
It's even pretty spacious, but how does it compare with the best rivals in this hotly contested class? Read on over the next few pages for our in depth impressions of the Suzuki Celerio, plus recommendations on which trim levels make the most sense.