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Suzuki Alto v Nissan Micra: light car comparison

Suzuki Alto GLX 5-door hatch vs Nissan Micra ST 5-door hatch Model overview • Nissan Micra ST five-speed manual - $12,990 (Manufacturer’s List Price) • Suzuki Alto GLX five-speed manual - $12,490 (Manufacturer's List Price) The competition in the so-called 'Light Passenger' class is as fiercely contested as any State of Origin decider...

Suzuki Alto Review & Road Test

A brand new car for the price of an expensive scooter. Model Tested: 2009 Suzuki Alto GLX; 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, petrol; four-speed automatic; five-door hatch - $16,490* CarAdvice Rating: It’s Australia’s cheapest car and it’s built in India. These two factors alone would send most people to the next car on their list...

Suzuki Alto - 12 Hour Economy Challenge

12 hours, one mission: to test the economy claims of Suzuki's new Alto. By Matt Brogan In addition to my regular review this week I thought I'd throw an additional challenge at Suzuki's pint-sized warrior and put the car's impressive fuel economy claims - and perhaps that of my rather limited patience - to the ultimate test: a 12 hour economy drive around Melbourne's inner-city and suburbs...

Suzuki Alto Review & Road Test

2009 Suzuki Alto GL Review & Road Test It's not the size of the dog in the fight... Model Tested: 2009 Suzuki Alto GL; 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, petrol; five-speed manual; five-door hatch - $12,490* Options: Metallic Paint $475 (Fitted - Fortune Rose) CarAdvice Rating: By Matt Brogan When it comes to saving a buck, buying new is often a trap when it comes to small cars with price tags that just seem to creep forever northward - not to mention their physical size...

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Chery J1 vs Suzuki Alto: Australia's cheapest hatchbacks

Chery J1 vs Suzuki Alto GL Model Overview   2011 Chery J1 five-door manual hatchback – $10,990 ($11,990 with $1000 cash back) 2011 Suzuki Alto five-door manual hatchback – $12,490   The recently launched Chinese-built Chery J1 is the cheapest new vehicle in Australia, at $10,990 driveaway...

Suzuki Alto v Nissan Micra: light car comparison

Suzuki Alto GLX 5-door hatch vs Nissan Micra ST 5-door hatch Model overview • Nissan Micra ST five-speed manual - $12,990 (Manufacturer’s List Price) • Suzuki Alto GLX five-speed manual - $12,490 (Manufacturer's List Price) The competition in the so-called 'Light Passenger' class is as fiercely contested as any State of Origin decider...

Suzuki Alto Owner Reviews

2010 Suzuki Alto GL Review

I bought this car as a second car for my wife to drive and since my wife had trouble learning the manual transmission I wanted a cheap automatic vehicle that had the 5* safety rating. I bought it new and even though it was registered as the GL I have noticed it has all the features of the GLX except for the alloy rims...

2012 SUZUKI ALTO GLX Review

Car bought brand new and was happy to get all the Indie extras. Very nice little car for the price. If you are used to a Merc or BMW then this car is not for you.There are no heated seats or reverse cameras. I think it's good on fuel as I don't really drive very far now. Have seen so many on the roads now, a good little seller.

Suzuki Alto Videos

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Suzuki Celerio name to replace Alto

Suzuki Australia is likely to replace the Suzuki Alto nameplate with Suzuki Celerio when the all-new model goes into production later this year. Sources inside Suzuki have told CarAdvice the name change will coincide with the production shift from India, where the current Alto is made, to Thailand, where the new-Celerio will take advantage of production capacity at the company’s Swift manufacturing plant...

Suzuki Alto: next-gen city car spied

CarAdvice's spy photographers have snapped a prototype of the Suzuki Alto successor in Southern Europe. Captured while strapped to a transporter, the two cars are draped in black camouflage similar to that used to conceal the Suzuki SX4 S-Cross prior to its unveiling...

RACQ Vehicle Running Costs survey reveals cheapest new cars to own

The Suzuki Alto has topped the RACQ's Vehicle Running Costs survey for the second consecutive year. The pint-sized Suzuki Alto headed a list of 110 models across a range of segments in the study, which calculates the average cost of owning and operating a privately purchased new car. The RACQ survey found the average cost of owning and operating an Alto GL manual to be $113...

Chery J1 vs Suzuki Alto: Australia's cheapest hatchbacks

Chery J1 vs Suzuki Alto GL Model Overview   2011 Chery J1 five-door manual hatchback – $10,990 ($11,990 with $1000 cash back) 2011 Suzuki Alto five-door manual hatchback – $12,490   The recently launched Chinese-built Chery J1 is the cheapest new vehicle in Australia, at $10,990 driveaway...

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Suzuki Celerio name to replace Alto

Suzuki Celerio name to replace Alto

Suzuki Alto: next-gen city car spied

Suzuki Alto: next-gen city car spied