Suzuki Celerio 1.0 SZ2 - Cheapest cars to run

Cheapest cars to run – Suzuki Celerio 1.0 SZ2 5dr: total cost of ownership: £7,893

Suzuki Celerio - cheapest cars to run

Cost per mile: 26.31pMonthly running costs: £219.25Total cost of ownership (3-years, 30,000 miles): £7,893

Some city cars seek fashion conscious buyers with their funky styling, but the little Suzuki Celerio focuses unashamedly on practicality and cost. It’s not ugly by any means, but there’s not much design flair to speak of and the interior feels cheap compared to city car rivals. However, the arrival of the £140 Road Tax charge has contributed to a rise in running costs.

You can’t argue with the numbers though, and the spec-level isn’t bad either. The Celerio is the cheapest new city car to own in the UK today, but you still get alloy wheels, air-conditioning, Bluetooth and a DAB radio.

Top 10 cheapest cars to run in the UK

  1. 1. Dacia Duster 1.6 SCe 115 Air 5dr
  2. 2. Dacia Sandero 1.0 SCe Access
  3. 3. Dacia Logan MCV 1.2 Access
  4. 4. Suzuki Celerio 1.0 SZ2
  5. 5. Mazda 2 1.5 75 SE+ 5dr 
  6. 6. Kia Picanto 1.0 65 1 3dr
  7. 7. Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-i X 3dr
  8. 8. Peugeot 108 1.0 Access 3dr
  9. 9. VW Polo 1.0 75 SE 5dr
  10. 10. VW Up 1.0 Take Up 3dr

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