All editions come with a DAB radio and a CD player, but it’s disappointing that you need to step up to SZ3 trim to get a USB port and Bluetooth. With SZ3, you also get alloys and air-con, while range-topping SZ4 gets rear electric windows and body-coloured electrically adjustable door mirrors, front foglights and the option of the automatic gearbox, but a colour touchscreen isn’t available on any trim, and neither is sat-nav.
The quality of the sound system is pretty tinny, even in the SZ4 model, which has four speakers. It’s even less impressive in the two-speaker SZ2 and SZ3.
That said, cars in this class aren’t typically well equipped, especially in entry-level trims, so the Celerio is still impressive in this regard considering its cheap price.
SZ3 is the clear pick of the range; SZ2 is poorly equipped but if you’re on a shoe-string budget, it’s still worth considering. SZ4 doesn’t offer enough extra to justify the price hike in our opinion.