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Limited edition Suzuki Celerio City revealed with extra kit

Special edition Suzuki Celerio limited to 500 units, and comes with more standard equipment for better value

Suzuki has announced a new special edition of its Celerio city car. The City edition goes up against the Skoda Citigo and Kia Picanto, is limted to 500 units, and starts from £7,499.

The Celerio City is based on the slightly cheaper SZ2 model, which comes as standard with a DAB radio, six airbags, driver’s seat height adjustment, and central locking. On top of that, the City brings alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, black side mouldings, black B pillar trims and City edition badging. It therefore bridges the gap between the SZ2 and the pricier SZ3 model.

The Celerio City comes with just one solid colour (Superior White) choice, while Super Black Pearl, Cerulean Blue Metallic, Mineral Grey Metallic and Star Silver Metallic each cost £465.

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With Suzuki’s £500 reduction campaign in place until 30th September, the Celerio City starts at £7,499 - £500 more than SZ2 spec. Suzuki’s current Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) offer also ends at the end of September, meaning a Celerio City can be had for £85 a month on a 48 month deal with a £2,044 initial deposit.

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