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Suzuki's Celerio or The VW Up And Hyundai i10

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    Posted: 28 Nov 2017 at 3:16pm
The Suzuki Celerio is currently one of the cheapest cars in Britain, priced from just £7,500, but is it any better compared to some of its more expensive rivals? 


 

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This is the Suzuki Celerio. It’s a tiny car, but with one huge selling point - it's one of the cheapest new cars available for sale in the UK. Prices start from just under £7500, but does the price come at the expense of quality? Is it worth putting on your shopping list, or would you be better off spending a little extra on a Hyundai i10 or Volkswagen Up? Find out in my full, in-depth review.
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The Suzuki is a real budget car, it shows in every aspect.
The Hyundai. Don't know tbh but they have a good reputation.

All depends on perspective. Is a car just a tool to move you from a to b or something you want to engage with?
I equate it to my LG washing machine. It's the best washing machine we've ever owned, but do I look forward to using It?
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Originally posted by Ed463 Ed463 wrote:

All depends on perspective. .... do I look forward to using It?
If I may say so, a very succinct summary.  When it came to replacing my up! it was down to a Polo or a Jazz.  Both have a lot going for them; reliability could possibly favour the Jazz.  BUT I just could not 'look forward to using' the Jazz's dashboard and the Polo's dashboard and indeed whole cabin is so much better.
I did in fact show my wife a picture of each and she admitted all she was interested in was what the colour available was!
Sadly, our Jan 2013 Red High-up!written-off by hit-and-run on a Saturday aft in town. Was thinking of upgrading to a Polo, so have now got a used 1.2 TSI 110 DSG but much sooner than planned.
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hyundai i10, my wife is on her second i20, great warranty and service plan.
The only reason I didn't get an i10 myself was the coloured dash panel, a choice of red or blue here in ireland, looking at that all the time would drive me nuts.
My overall impression of the i10 was of a big car made smaller, the Up! is a good small car. 
The glass is not half full or half empty....the glass is too big
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Our washing machine has a great warranty as well,10 yrs on the direct drive motor
I'm trying to talk my son out of buying a Golf R. Great warranty, great reviews, stunning performance. But for the same money you can get a Maserati 4200 GT

Head or heart?

I've had an i10 as a hire car. Can't say I agree with "big car made smaller" does a job but nothing more.
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