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Background and Identification
Suzuki Motor Corporation is an automobile manufacturer based in Japan. Suzuki is the third-largest automaker in Japan but stopped selling cars in North America in 2012. Suzuki was the world’s eleventh-largest automobile manufacturer by production in 2016. The Suzuki Alto is a Kei car, also known as a Japanese city car, ultra-mini, or Japanese microcar, built by Suzuki. Kei cars are the smallest highway-legal passenger cars. The Suzuki Alto was first introduced in 1979, and the seventh-generation Alto was released in 2009.
The seventh-generation Suzuki Alto was released with a 660 cubic centimeter engine and a five-door hatchback. It was sold with either a five-speed manual transmission, a four-speed automatic transmission, or a continuously-variable transmission. The Alto could be purchased in four-wheel drive or front-wheel drive variants. In 2011, the Alto Eco variant was launched and featured the R06A engine borrowed from the Suzuki MR Wagon and an idling stop function. In 2013, the Alto Eco was updated with Suzuki’s ENE-CHARGE system, which was first applied on the fifth-generation Wagon R model. The eighth-generation Alto was released in 2014.
Suzuki vehicles can be identified by the Suzuki emblem, which portrays a stylized letter ‘S’ and is generally red, black, or silver in color. The manufacturer’s name, “Suzuki,” is included in capital letters on the left-hand side of the Alto’s rear end. The name “Alto” is included in capital letters on the right-hand side of the car’s rear end.
Body and Chassis:
- Body Style: 5-door hatchback
- Layout: Front-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
- 658 cc K6A I3
- 658 cc R06A I3
- 998 cc K10B I3
- 5-speed manual
- 4-speed automatic
- Wheelbase: 2,400 mm (94.5 in)
- Length: 3,395 mm (133.7 in)
- Width: 1,475 mm (58.1 in)
- Height: 1,535 mm (60.4 in)