Overview of Suzuki Alto
If you are looking for four wheels to get you from point A to point B without any frills and without breaking your account, then the Suzuki Alto is the car for you.
The all-new Alto Concept boasts of Japanese technology that rests on the basic principles of safety and quality. It is a minivehicle that banks on economy, fuel-efficiency, and user-friendliness — features that car owners in the Philippines would love to have. Its small hatchback box body styling appeals across the range of gender and age.
The Suzuki Alto is a very basic car with a very readable speedometer, floor-mounted gearshift that is lightly manipulated, and easy switches and storage spaces that give convenience to the contemporary motorists. It has to be noted that only the most necessary features exist for the Suzuki Alto. There are two power windows that can only be enjoyed by the front seat passengers. The right window cannot be operated from the driver’s seat. The same goes with the right side mirror. One has to manually reach out to adjust these items.
The Suzuki Alto is best for functional city driving. Squeezing into tight parking spaces and maneuvering in traffic become breezier with its compact body. With overall length of 3.395m, width of 1.475m, height of 1.535m, and wheelbase of 2.4m, the Suzuki Alto exudes urban nimbleness but hints to roominess within as well. It comfortably seats for persons.
However, this minicar’s safety belts are mounted inside the wall at a fixed height and cannot be adjusted to fit the driver’s stature accordingly. If you can live with this seeming glitch and would really just want to get around the city safely and comfortably, the Suzuki Alto’s 0.8L engine can do the job perfectly and cheaply. Ranging from P369,000 to P408,000 and available in olive green, red, white, silver, and blue, the Suzuki Alto is great for the no fuss, no muss city traveller.
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