- Suzuki has one of the best ‘Real MPG’ scores of any car brand according to users of Honestjohn.co.uk
With low fuel consumption becoming even more important these days, Suzuki is very pleased to report that Celerio has been voted the Best Real MPG Performer by Honestjohn.co.uk in their top 10 recently analysed cars.
The ‘Real MPG’ section of the HonestJohn.co.uk website was launched five years ago following complaints from readers that their cars could not match official fuel economy figures. Readers can log the true fuel economy that their own vehicles are achieving into a database of more than 150,000 fuel consumption submissions. The database covers over 2,500 model and engine configurations of cars since 2006.
Daniel Powell, managing editor of honestjohn.co.uk comments “Suzuki has one of the best Real MPG scores of any car manufacturer. On average, Real MPG drivers get 90 per cent of their advertised economy with a Suzuki – the industry average is 83 per cent. The Celerio will return 93 per cent of its claimed economy at over 60mpg in everyday driving and the Auto Gear Shift (AGS) version is even more efficient with a score of 63.7 mpg.
Factor in the Celerio’s affordable price and generous equipment levels and its easy to see why this little Suzuki is held in such high regard by Honestjohn.co.uk’s 2.3 million readers”.
Until the end of June 2018, the Celerio range has a £500 customer saving and the SZ2 model at the offer price of £7,499 is available for an initial deposit of just £126 followed by 48 monthly payments of £126.72. As with any PCP agreement, this will require a final optional payment which is £2,465 to keep the car.
Monthly payments can be as low as £89 for the SZ2 model if a deposit of £1,740 is made, again with a final payment of £2,465 and both have a representative APR of 5.9 per cent.
Standard specification highlights for the Celerio range include six airbags (Driver, passenger, side and curtain), ESP*, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), front electric windows, DAB Radio and CD Tuner.
13 June 2018
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