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Alto Automatic

Alto Automatic (Japan, 2008)

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Debuted in 2008, this Suzuki Alto Automatic belongs to the 1st generation of the Alto model. Powered by a straight 3 997cc engine this model variant achieves up to 68 hp and a maximum torque of 90 nm. In terms of performance no other car of this series does it as well as this one. It has the most powerful engine of all variants. Regarding the performance of the hatchback , it reaches a top speed of 150 km/h and takes 17 seconds to go from 0 to 100km/h. This front wheel drive version has an automatic transmission with a 4-speed gearbox. In terms of efficiency, this subcompact's combined fuel consumption is fixed at 5.2 l/100km. The Suzuki features rack & pinion steering, at the front it wears disc brakes and at the rear drum brakes. The Suzuki Alto Automatic measures 1470 mm in height, 1600 mm in width and 3500 mm in length. Its wheelbase is 2360 mm long and the track at the front is 1405 mm and at the back 1400 mm.

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Alto is a small subcompact car introduced in May 1979. Throughout the years, it has changed significantly and it’s currently on the seventh generation. Launched in 2009, the latest series offers a 5-door hatchback with a 1.0l petrol engine. The car is available with a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 4-speed automatic transmission. Suzuki Alto’s low price and good fuel economy have made the model successful in some markets.   more
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