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#suzukisaturdays - £500 off any car this saturday - 4th feb, 2017

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On Saturday 4th February, you can save an additional £500* on any Suzuki model ordered at our Suzuki Saturday Sales Event. Read More
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On Saturday 4th February, you can save an additional £500* on any Suzuki model ordered at our Suzuki Saturday Sales Event.
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#1
I am confident if you walked in Monday you would easily secure that £500 and probably more.....has anyone ever paid full price for a brand new car?
#2
Drive the deal had this £500 and more
#3
£500 off a new car is a minimum. Hardly a deal unless you're the one person in the country who just pays the manufacturer OTR price and doesn't question it. Getting cold in here.
#4
Am a recent convert to Suzuki but would advise against buying new. Go to AutoTrader and look for 66 plate cars with 500 miles max on the clock. You would be surprised at the level of discount you get buying pre-registered cars.

I think I averaged about £3,000 off each of the three Celerio's I bought.
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thanks for the tip, Joe.
#6
Joe90_guy
Am a recent convert to Suzuki but would advise against buying new. Go to AutoTrader and look for 66 plate cars with 500 miles max on the clock. You would be surprised at the level of discount you get buying pre-registered cars.
I think I averaged about £3,000 off each of the three Celerio's I bought.


Hi Joe90guy, I am in the market for a new celerio so seriously consideration nearly new as advised. I can't see the kind of savings you are talking about. Do you bargain further with the advertised prices from the dealers? Can you tell me how much roughly you paid for the three celerio, ho mnay miles on the clock, and the trim (SZ2 or sz3/dualjet etc) as a guide to help with my hunt for these? cheers
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opaninkofi
Joe90_guy
Am a recent convert to Suzuki but would advise against buying new. Go to AutoTrader and look for 66 plate cars with 500 miles max on the clock. You would be surprised at the level of discount you get buying pre-registered cars.
I think I averaged about £3,000 off each of the three Celerio's I bought.
Hi Joe90guy, I am in the market for a new celerio so seriously consideration nearly new as advised. I can't see the kind of savings you are talking about. Do you bargain further with the advertised prices from the dealers? Can you tell me how much roughly you paid for the three celerio, ho mnay miles on the clock, and the trim (SZ2 or sz3/dualjet etc) as a guide to help with my hunt for these? cheers

Hi,
I got the first Celerio back in May 2016. It was a 65 plate pre-reg SZ4 AGS (auto) in white with just 42 miles on the clock. List was £9.8k. Was on Auto Trader for £7.5k. Asked dealer for £1k p/x for our 11 year old Aygo and was amazed when he said yes, so 'real' price was £6.5k . Brilliant little car for so little money.
Second Celerio I bought in June 2016 for my daughter-in-law who had just had a baby and needed some practical spacious transport. It was a 65 plate SZ4 manual in metallic red with roughly 3,000 on the clock. List price was £9.4k and it was on AT as a private (cash) sale for £5,850. Didn't haggle on the price because it was so good already. Amazing price for what was virtually a new car!
I liked the wife's Celerio AGS so much that last October I decided to get one for myself. Mine was a tricker buy as it involved trading-in my three year old Picanto. I found a 16 plate SZ4 AGS in black with 1,250 miles on the clock on AT from a Suzuki dealer in Bristol. List was £10.2k and it was on for £8k. Haggled VERY hard for a decent p/x on the Kia and was quite prepared to walk away. In the end the dealer gave me what I asked for but interestingly, on the receipt, he just gave me the standard p/x value for my car and knocked £1k off the price of the Celerio (so I got it for £7k).
I think you may be right in that there are less real bargain Celerios on AT now. It could be a Brexit thing but it could also be that people are waking up to just how good these funny little cars are. When I bought the first one, you rarely saw one on the road. Now you see them all over.
I didn't look at SZ2 cars as I like my a/c. It's probably true to say you won't get £3k off one of these because the new price is already very low. Around June of last year I did look at an ex-demo 65 plate SZ3 Dualjet with 3,000 on the clock for £6k. I walked away cos they wouldn't give me any discount!! One word of advice is be ready to pounce if you see something in AT that looks cheap. Obviously avoid the Cat C/D cars as you could be buying trouble. I'd also avoid some of the cheap high mileage cars too.

Hope this helps. If you have any other questions ask away.


Edited By: Joe90_guy on Feb 19, 2017 15:31
#8
Found this on Auto Trader...

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201612020269616?transmission=Automatic&model=CELERIO&postcode=rg278tw&radius=1500&year-from=2016&maximum-mileage=5000&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&advertising-location=at_cars&make=SUZUKI&sort=sponsored&page=1

It's a white 66 plate SZ4 AGS with just 1 mile on the clock. It's on at £7,650 vs a list price of £9.8k (so already a £2.15k discount!). Find an old banger to trade in an you might be surprised at what you get offered to p/x.
You may not be in the market for an auto but neither was I until I started driving the wife's. It's great! Also there are that many auto's that do 70 mpg! Oh, and IMO, white is deffo the colour to go for. It just seems to suit this car.
#9
Joe90_guy
Found this on Auto Trader...http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201612020269616?transmission=Automatic&model=CELERIO&postcode=rg278tw&radius=1500&year-from=2016&maximum-mileage=5000&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&advertising-location=at_cars&make=SUZUKI&sort=sponsored&page=1
It's a white 66 plate SZ4 AGS with just 1 mile on the clock. It's on at £7,650 vs a list price of £9.8k (so already a £2.15k discount!). Find an old banger to trade in an you might be surprised at what you get offered to p/x.
You may not be in the market for an auto but neither was I until I started driving the wife's. It's great! Also there are that many auto's that do 70 mpg! Oh, and IMO, white is deffo the colour to go for. It just seems to suit this car.


OMG, you are a star. Thanks so much for going through the trouble to provide me with the tips and all that. I will keep you posted. Bless you
#10
opaninkofi
Joe90_guy
Found this on Auto Trader...http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201612020269616?transmission=Automatic&model=CELERIO&postcode=rg278tw&radius=1500&year-from=2016&maximum-mileage=5000&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&advertising-location=at_cars&make=SUZUKI&sort=sponsored&page=1
It's a white 66 plate SZ4 AGS with just 1 mile on the clock. It's on at £7,650 vs a list price of £9.8k (so already a £2.15k discount!). Find an old banger to trade in an you might be surprised at what you get offered to p/x.
You may not be in the market for an auto but neither was I until I started driving the wife's. It's great! Also there are that many auto's that do 70 mpg! Oh, and IMO, white is deffo the colour to go for. It just seems to suit this car.
OMG, you are a star. Thanks so much for going through the trouble to provide me with the tips and all that. I will keep you posted. Bless you

I'm sure you've already spotted it but Suzuki have just increased the price of some Celerios. The SZ4 AGS has gone up by £400. I think this has prompted an increase in the price of secondhand cars on AT. That car I pointed out at £7650 has now been repriced at £9,495!!!

The price of the SZ2 hasn't been increased (yet) and eyeballing AT, it looks like you can pick up a low mileage one for about £1k less than list. Whatever you do, I would advise you to make a decision quickly. The madness and mania that is Brexit is going to spiral very quickly out of control. God only knows what the price of cars will be this time next year but my guess is 20% higher.



Edited By: Joe90_guy on Feb 22, 2017 06:12
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Joe90_guy
opaninkofi
Joe90_guy
Found this on Auto Trader...http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201612020269616?transmission=Automatic&model=CELERIO&postcode=rg278tw&radius=1500&year-from=2016&maximum-mileage=5000&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&advertising-location=at_cars&make=SUZUKI&sort=sponsored&page=1
It's a white 66 plate SZ4 AGS with just 1 mile on the clock. It's on at £7,650 vs a list price of £9.8k (so already a £2.15k discount!). Find an old banger to trade in an you might be surprised at what you get offered to p/x.
You may not be in the market for an auto but neither was I until I started driving the wife's. It's great! Also there are that many auto's that do 70 mpg! Oh, and IMO, white is deffo the colour to go for. It just seems to suit this car.
OMG, you are a star. Thanks so much for going through the trouble to provide me with the tips and all that. I will keep you posted. Bless you
I'm sure you've already spotted it but Suzuki have just increased the price of some Celerios. The SZ4 AGS has gone up by £400. I think this has prompted an increase in the price of secondhand cars on AT. That car I pointed out at £7650 has now been repriced at £9,495!!!
The price of the SZ2 hasn't been increased (yet) and eyeballing AT, it looks like you can pick up a low mileage one for about £1k less than list. Whatever you do, I would advise you to make a decision quickly. The madness and mania that is Brexit is going to spiral very quickly out of control. God only knows what the price of cars will be this time next year but my guess is 20% higher.


I enquired about one and the dealer said its gone but offered me an sz4 66 plate manual demonstrator in white with 1495 miles on the clock which he is about to list for £6200 after so much bargaining. I wanted to trade my 2010 nissan note, we are unable to agree on value so going to find some banger to see if i can knock a further £1000 off it. He has given me a week for us to complete the deal or he list or sell on. I have already paid £200 refundable deposit to secure the car for a week. It is also white
#12
opaninkofi
Joe90_guy
opaninkofi
Joe90_guy
Found this on Auto Trader...http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201612020269616?transmission=Automatic&model=CELERIO&postcode=rg278tw&radius=1500&year-from=2016&maximum-mileage=5000&onesearchad=Used&onesearchad=Nearly%20New&onesearchad=New&advertising-location=at_cars&make=SUZUKI&sort=sponsored&page=1
It's a white 66 plate SZ4 AGS with just 1 mile on the clock. It's on at £7,650 vs a list price of £9.8k (so already a £2.15k discount!). Find an old banger to trade in an you might be surprised at what you get offered to p/x.
You may not be in the market for an auto but neither was I until I started driving the wife's. It's great! Also there are that many auto's that do 70 mpg! Oh, and IMO, white is deffo the colour to go for. It just seems to suit this car.
OMG, you are a star. Thanks so much for going through the trouble to provide me with the tips and all that. I will keep you posted. Bless you
I'm sure you've already spotted it but Suzuki have just increased the price of some Celerios. The SZ4 AGS has gone up by £400. I think this has prompted an increase in the price of secondhand cars on AT. That car I pointed out at £7650 has now been repriced at £9,495!!!
The price of the SZ2 hasn't been increased (yet) and eyeballing AT, it looks like you can pick up a low mileage one for about £1k less than list. Whatever you do, I would advise you to make a decision quickly. The madness and mania that is Brexit is going to spiral very quickly out of control. God only knows what the price of cars will be this time next year but my guess is 20% higher.
I enquired about one and the dealer said its gone but offered me an sz4 66 plate manual demonstrator in white with 1495 miles on the clock which he is about to list for £6200 after so much bargaining. I wanted to trade my 2010 nissan note, we are unable to agree on value so going to find some banger to see if i can knock a further £1000 off it. He has given me a week for us to complete the deal or he list or sell on. I have already paid £200 refundable deposit to secure the car for a week. It is also white

TBH, if you have managed to secure a 66 plate SZ4 with 1500 miles on the clock for £6200, then I would forget trying to get a £400 banger and negotiating a bigger discount (which you have no guarantee he would give you). I'd just hand over the cash and get it before someone else walks through the door and makes him a better offer! Remember this is now a £9.4k car so you're already getting a 33% reduction on the list price. If it's 66 plate, then it's at most 5 months old so you'll get the best part of it's 3 year warranty plus 7 months of Suzuki Roadside cover.
I'm assuming you've driven the car and your completely happy with it? I am but that's me. For me, the SZ4 is THE model to go for. I really like the alloys and the nicer grill. The only minor gripe I have is that the DAB radio doesn't pick up that many digital channels but I think that will change when/if the UK ever switches off the analogue signal.
You might find the Celerio a bit small after the Note but on the plus side, I've read the Note can be a thirsty beast, especially if you go for the supercharged GDI engine. I filled the Celerio today and worked out it had done exactly 69 mpg on this last tank full. That's just 8p/mile which, when you factor in the lack of road tax and cheapish insurance is bloody fantastic!



Edited By: Joe90_guy on Feb 22, 2017 21:47: Typo

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