Articles about Suzuki Alto

Our smallest comparo yet
Considering our country's horrendous traffic situation and the obvious lack of proper parking spaces, it only makes for people to begin considering smaller rides before making a purchase. Sure, tiny city hatchbacks may not provide much wow, but they get the
Is it better-looking to you?
Suzuki has launched the all-new Alto, the eighth-generation model of the city car that the Japanese carmaker first introduced in 1979.Developed using an all-new platform, the new Alto is reportedly 60kg lighter than its predecessor. Equipped with a
Power for the people
Suzuki Philippines has rolled out the Suzuki Alto K10, another version of one of its most popular and fastest-selling vehicles.Powering the updated Alto is a more powerful 1.0-liter K10B engine, which replaces the 0.8-liter F8D engine
Even smaller than the i10!
Hyundai is getting ready to launch the Eon, the Korean carmaker's smallest car ever. The 0.8-liter city car will debut in India this October.Developed at Hyundai's research and development headquarters in Korea and India in the past
Could this be true?
During the launch of the all-new Suzuki Swift on July 2, company president Satoshi Uchida mentioned that 2011 is a big year for Suzuki Philippines as it will also bring in the all-new Alto and the A-Star.The problem
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Top Gear Philippines' August issue is all about helping you purchase a car so here's a list of the best deals in town this month.Nissan Seemingly taking a page off of a fastfood store's marketing handbook,
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