The Suzuki Celerio has been revealed at the Auto Expo in New Delhi as a new Suzuki A-Segment offering. A Euro-spec version is heading for the Geneva Motor Show.
The Suzuki Celerio has been launched at the Auto expo in New Delhi this week as a new A-Segment offering from Suzuki, but the Celerio isn’t just for emerging markets and will arrive in Eur-spec at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next month.
Which means the new Celerio is probably the replacement for both the Splash and Alto, and Suzuki are trumpeting it a ‘pocket-friendly’ car.
So far Suzuki are keeping tight-lipped about what will power the Celerio when it arrives in Euro-spec, but as the Indian version of the Celerio comes with a decent 1.0 litre 3-cylinder petrol delivering 66bhp it does seem likely this will be the engine of choice – perhaps tweaked and with a six-speed gearbox – for the European version.
We’ll learn more about the Celerio for the UK as Geneva approaches, but at prices likely to start at around £7k it does look like a sensible budget offering.