Suzuki's dinky Celerio city car is now able to be yours for less than £7,000 thanks to new SZ2 version.

Suzuki has added to its compact city car range together with the new Celerio SZ2, an entry level model priced at £6,999, or £1,000 below the previously most affordable SZ3.

Six airbags (driver, passenger, side and curtain), electric front windows and DAB radio come as standard, together with central locking and ESP to form a value for money package at the base of the Suzuki range.

With the largest boot (254 litres) in its class, the Celerio replaced the Alto and Splash versions in Suzuki's small car range in the beginning of 2015.

The SZ2 is now available with the Dualjet petrol engine, boasting improved fuel economy and emissions over the conventional three-cylinder 1.0-Litre powertrain. It will do 78.4 mpg and emit 84g/km of CO2, superseding the typical auto's 65.7 mpg and 99g/km. These amounts are competitive in comparison with some of the Celerio's European competitors with the Citroen C1 fighting to reach 70 mpg with a similar 1.0-Litre engine.

Starting at £6,999, the SZ2 undercuts the remainder of the Celerio range to become Suzuki 's most economical car on sale