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Suzuki launch Celerio, replacement for Alto

Suzuki has unveiled the new Celerio, an 'A+ compact' segment car, due to replace the Alto.

The European-specification model includes a newly developed engine with a dual-injection system for low CO2 emissions. Coupled with reduced body weight and improved aerodynamics, models with a combination of the K10C engine and the Engine Auto Stop Start system provide class-leading low CO2 emissions of 85 g/km.

The automated manual transmission version features the newly-developed Auto Gear Shift, which provides fuel economy equal to a manual transmission.

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