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autoviva2014-02-07 09:50:34

Suzuki unveils new global model in New Dehli

New Celerio will have its European debut in Geneva

European version of the Celerio will be unveiled in Geneva

SuzukiSuzukiSuzukiJapan, 1909 > present47 models
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is unveiling this week in India at the New Delhi Motor Show its new city car, the CelerioCelerio Suzuki Celerio Japan, 2014 > present2 photos
. The model will hit the European market in 2015 and will be replacing the AltoAltoSuzuki AltoJapan, 1979 > present32 versions
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and SplashSplashSuzuki SplashJapan, 2007 > present17 versions
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models in the brand's lineup. The brand says the model combines the dimensions and space of the Splash with the price and economy of the Alto.

The European version of the model will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, in March, and should get the same 1.0 three-cylinder petrol engine as the Indian version. For the Asian market this engine has 66hp and, equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, it has a 4.3l/100km fuel consumption with 100g/km of CO2 emissions.

Suzuki hasn't revealed much about the car with the official statement refering that the "Celerio features an exceptionally roomy interior for an A-segment car as well as low CO2 emissions continuing Suzuki’s reputation for pocket-friendly motoring."

The new city car is one of several new models that Suzuki will be launching over the next few years, following the launch of the SX4 S-CrossSuzuki SX4 Gen.2 [SX4] Suzuki Suzuki SX4 Gen.2 [SX4] Japan, 2013 > present43 versions
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last year. New cars will also include a small MPV to compete with the Ford B-Max, a rival to the Nissan Juke, and a super-frugal city car inspired by the G70 concept.

More information about the new model will be unveiled on the press conference at the Geneva Motor Show on the 4th of March.





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