New Suzuki Celerio gets green light for Australian buyers.
The Suzuki Celerio will be available to buy from the beginning of March.
Grounded in Australia after a recall was launched before the model even hit the market, Suzuki Australia say the brake issues that sparked the delay and the recall have now been sorted.
In a statement just released by Suzuki, the car company said the Celerio brake issues have rectified and cars will be available for test drives at Suzuki Dealers next week. It’s believed the issue related to a fault in the brake pedal release mechanism.
Suzuki Australia Automobiles General Manager Andrew Moore said despite the recent setbacks, he was confident the replacement for the Suzuki Alto will still be a local sales success.
“The all new Celerio is the culmination of Suzuki engineers small car know how and represents outstanding value with automatic transmission Celerio from just $13,990 Drive Away.”
“It is the first in a wave of new models set to spark a new era of growth for Suzuki.”
The manual version of the Suzuki Celerio starts from $12,990. Did you catch our recent Suzuki S-Cross review?