Efficiency is the term used when we accomplish things with the least amount of time, effort, and resources.
Whether you're doing stuff at home, planning out your road trips, or even just going through your normal everyday routine, efficiency is always a good thing, giving you more time to explore new things and improve your quality of life. If you can do something in half the time without breaking a sweat and spending as much, isn't that worth pursuing?
When it comes to vehicles though, it's all about fuel. Actually, it's about saving fuel. And with Suzuki, that's exactly what you can expect.
They are the masters of efficiency. But what's their secret?
When it comes to pursuing fuel efficiency, you have to think of all the aspects of a vehicle. It's not just a simple plug-and-play drill of putting a small engine in a car and expecting it to perform well in terms of consuming fuel. There are many things to consider like weight, size, materials, the transmission, the engine, the tires, and so on and so forth. It's a long process, and that's what Suzuki has done very well with their cars.
Suzuki combined fuel economy, style, comfort, and technology in a compact package, such as the all-new Celerio, the S-Presso, and the Dzire.
Celerio: The Modern Urban Cruiser
With today's fuel prices, having an all-new Celerio that can do 28.25 km/l would surely come in handy for those always on the go, ensuring less frequent trips to the pump. Its 1.0-liter, the three-cylinder engine now benefits from DualJet technology that makes every drop of fuel count.
Everyone is out to hustle or have fun these days. This means traffic is inevitable. And with heavy traffic, comes heavy fuel consumption. However, the all-new Celerio's Engine Auto Start System (EASS) shuts off the engine when you come to a complete stop, helping you to save fuel while facing gridlocks. In addition, the 5-speed automated manual transmission called Auto Gear Shift (AGS) has been adopted for the all-new Celerio, giving you the added convenience of not having to shift gears in stop-and-go traffic, while getting the fuel efficiency of traditional manual transmission.
Together with traffic, excess weight is detrimental to great fuel efficiency. With the Celerio, Suzuki has got that covered too. The all-new Celerio is built on the new-generation Heartect platform that uses ultra-high tensile steel. Since it's light and rigid, it results in better ride quality and handling, plus lower fuel consumption.
Speaking of safety, the all-new Celerio is also packed with features like front and passenger airbags, anti-lock brakes, stability control, hill hold control, and rear parking sensors for added convenience.
With the all-new Celerio, safety and efficiency can be attained without the expense of a boring-looking car. From the outside, the new stylish look is more appealing than ever before, with those 15-inch black alloy wheels giving it a sporty vibe. IG-worthy, right?
Once you step inside, the all-new Celerio's also got more room for its passengers as well as a larger cargo area for loading all the stuff that you need. From grocery bags to suitcases, the all-new Celerio's 313 liters of cargo space can fit all that at the back.
Suzuki is making sure the occupants of the all-new Celerio are entertained both on long-distance road trips and short city drives, as the 6.2-inch Sony touchscreen audio unit gives a crisp and clear sound. Blast your favorite tunes via Bluetooth, USB, or Weblink 2.0 connectivity.
S-Presso: Daily High Rider
If you're into high-riding cars styled like a rugged SUV, then Suzuki's also got the S-Presso just for you. Spruced up with the infusion of both retro and modern design for a fun-looking hatchback, the S-Presso's Special Edition model is now available in White or the unique Starry Blue Pearl color.
From its upright design to its raised ground clearance, the S-Presso Special Edition would fit in nicely with the lifestyle of those who love the outdoors, as well as those who'd like to step away from the urban jungle from time to time.
The S-Presso is not just Suzuki's most affordable offering, but it's also one of the brand's most fuel-efficient cars, traveling up to 22 kilometers on a single liter of fuel. With its 1.0-liter, three-cylinder engine that puts out 67 PS and 90 Nm of torque, the S-Presso's engine does have a lot of pep in its step, and you can feel the energy kicking in every time you get behind the wheel of the S-Presso. Now, who said fuel-efficient cars aren't fun?
Dzire: Right Size, Right Time
Meanwhile, if a traditional fuel-efficient sedan is what you desire for your daily commute, then there's the Suzuki Dzire. Its 1.2-liter engine is capable of reaching up to 26.54 km/l (fuel economy run observed by the Automobile Association of the Philippines), so saving on fuel is an easy task while enjoying the unique benefits of having a four-door saloon.
Don't get us wrong: the Dzire is still very much a compact sedan, but somehow there's impressive head and legroom for occupants in front and in the rear that makes you think you're in something bigger. The fun doesn't stop there either, as the interior's both stylish and functional, providing occupants with plenty of storage spaces and cupholders for your favorite drinks.
Open the Dzire's trunk lid and you'll see that it also boasts quite an impressive trunk space – 378 liters to be exact, fitting all the stuff most people on the go will need, such as travel bags and carrying cases.
Fuel efficiency matters now more than ever, and Suzuki Philippines will deliver just that with the added style, practicality, and functionality of their compact vehicle offerings. Enjoy fuel-efficient driving now with Suzuki! Visit your nearest dealership or check out their virtual showroom at http://auto.suzuki.com.ph/ for more details. For the month of August, Suzuki is offering special deals on the all-new Celerio (discount of Php 38,000 or low downpayment of up to Php 68,000), S-Presso (low downpayment of up to Php 59,000 and/or a cash discount of Php 32,000), and Dzire (cash discount of up to Php 60,000 or low downpayment of up to Php 63,000).