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The continued decline in micro cars

No vehicle segment has had a bigger fall from grace this year than the one comprising the nation’s smallest cars. According to VFACTS data, sales of micro cars are down 31.3 per cent this year to 10,132 units. They fell an even more significant 40.1 per cent in November, to 618. This equates to market share of just 1.0 per cent annual, and 0...

Suzuki iM-4 SUV revealed in production form through new patent images

Suzuki’s latest compact SUV may have just been revealed in its final production form, if this set of leaked patent application images proves to be an authentic preview of what’s to come. Unveiled in March as the iM-4 concept, the renderings shown here reveal that the showroom model’s styling will not stray far from the original show-car’s looks...

Australia's cheapest cars to operate

The recently launched Suzuki Celerio replaced the Alto in showrooms earlier this year, and now has replaced it as Australia’s cheapest new car to own and run, according to the RACV. The motoring group’s annual running costs survey found the ($12,990 drive-away) Celerio manual costs $97...

Suzuki Celerio brake issue rectified, cars go on sale March 1

The 2015 Suzuki Celerio will go on sale from the start of March, with the company rectifying the car's high-profile braking issue. CarAdvice tested the new Suzuki Celerio before the car was pulled from sale over the brake issue - which saw cars fail to stop under full braking pressure at high speeds - that was discovered by UK media...

Suzuki Celerio gets four-star ANCAP rating amid braking issue

The Australian-market Suzuki Celerio has managed to outperform its European counterpart with a four-star ANCAP safety result announced overnight. The news comes just hours after Suzuki Australia confirmed it had delayed the launch of its new micro car due to a brake issue detected overseas. The four-seat Celerio replaces the Alto in the Japanese car maker's line-up...

2015 Suzuki Celerio pricing and specifications

The 2015 Suzuki Celerio is here to replace the Alto, with the new city hatchback starting from just $12,990 driveaway in manual guise and $13,990 driveaway for the automatic variant. That starting price compares to the Alto's nominal list price of $11,790 plus on-road costs for the manual and $12,990 plus on-roads for the auto (though the company did run driveaway pricing campaigns of $11,990 for the manual and $12,990 for the auto during the life of that car)...

Suzuki Celerio recalled over brake issue days before local launch - UPDATE

The right-hand-drive version of the Suzuki Celerio light-car has been recalled with immediate effect after two vehicles suffered total brake failure when being tested in the UK by Autocar magazine. Suzuki’s Thai-made replacement for the Alto is due to launch in Australia officially this week, with full pricing and specifications on the Mitsubishi Mirage rival to be announced tonight...