The Suzuki Alto is a passenger car of A part manufactured by Japanese automaker Suzuki since 1979. There are six generations of the Suzuki Alto, offered for sale in the years 1979, 1984, 1988, 1994, 1998 and 2004, is well in the Suzuki range under the Suzuki Swift, and had as competitors to the Chevrolet Spark, the Daihatsu Cuore, Hyundai TOS, the Hyundai i10 and Kia Picanto. Suzuki Alto model is also sold under the brand Maruti Udyog, Nissan and Chevrolet.
Suzuki Alto History
The first generation Suzuki Alto, formed in 1979, was just a body hatchback three-door. The second generation introduced in 1984, a five-door, and was found only in the third generation of 1988. The Suzuki Cervo and added Fronte was a coupe and sedan, respectively, to share parts of the structural and mechanical and High. Fourth generation Suzuki Alto began shipping in 1994. The fifth was released in 1998, the sixth generation Alto was launched in 2004.
Seventh generation Alto was exhibited as an example at the Motor Show 2008 in New Delhi under the name “A-Star Concept.” The production version debuted at the Paris Motor Show the same year; sold in India since December 2008 (named Maruti Suzuki A-Star), and other countries since the beginning of 2009 under the name Alto, Celerio and Nissan Pixo. Take an atmosphere petrol engine three-cylinder, 1.0 liter engine that develops 68 hp maximum power; emissions of CO 2 are 103 g / km.
The Indian Maruti Udyog produce the second generation under the name Alto Maruti 800, the best selling model in India for several years; and the fifth generation with the name Maruti Alto, which led on to the market. The Maruti 800 has front-wheel drive and a gasoline engine three-cylinder, 800 cc displacement 38 hp maximum power; the engine of Maruti Alto has four valves per cylinder 47 hp rover. Both models of Maruti are exported to other countries under the name Maruti Suzuki.
Suzuki Alto Export Markets
Export Most of the early Altos were talking rebadged Suzuki Frontes, as the nameplate Alto was just the use of the commercial versions in Japan. These are sent to the changes such as enlarged engines, bodywork sometimes modified variety of different names. Thus SS40 Fronte became the SS80 Alto with a 796 cc engine. However, as Suzuki made agreements with companies such as Maruti to build their models, it began to be possible to sell different models in different places.
he European market version of the Maruti Suzuki A-Star was unveiled at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. It was developed to have a car and can not be done at the Maruti Suzuki plant in Manesar, Haryana, India. It is stylistically based on the Suzuki A-Star Concept. The Suzuki Alto was conceived as an answer to high gas prices and global warming. Space, the car will be just 103g of CO2 / km. It will be eco-friendly car priced from £ 6,795 OTR. The Maruti Suzuki A-Star is also produced for the Nissan, its version is called Nissan Pixo.
The GoGet car share scheme provides 2009 model Suzuki Altos as part of its fleet of share cars in Australia. Locally-made versions of the various Altos have had long production lives, and, at times, have won great popularity, as with the Maruti 800 in particular CA71 generation has been produced in many countries, and can be seen being offered as a cheap city car among several more products newly designed.