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Suzuki Alto Car Reviews & Ratings

Our Suzuki Alto car reviews are written by expert journalists who have been in the automotive industry for years. The car reviews cover features of the Suzuki Alto such as the engine, interior, exterior, road tests, issues, and Suzuki Alto competitors.

We’ve tried to cover as much of the Suzuki Alto range as possible, but if we don’t have the variant that you’re looking for, please check back soon. Click one of the Suzuki Alto car reviews below.

Suzuki Alto

2009 Suzuki Alto - Car Review

Australia's Price LeaderSix airbags, traction control, ABS anti-lock brakes, air-conditioning, CD sound and more for under $13K sounds impressive and the Suzuki Alto hatchback deliversFor young ...
Suzuki Alto

2009 Suzuki Alto - Car Review

Buoyed by strong recent sales, Suzuki Australia has broken ranks with other Japanese importers by bringing to Australia a Japanese sub-light or ‘Super Mini’ car to Australia.Previewed at ...

Suzuki Alto News

Read the latest Suzuki Alto news! We gather information on Suzuki Alto from sources within Australia and sources around the world to keep you up to date with what’s happening in the Suzuki Alto world.

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Suzuki Alto

Suzuki Alto Is Australia’s Cheapest Car To Run…Again

The latest findings of Australia’s motoring clubs (NRMA, RACV, RAA, RACQ and RACT) have confirmed the Suzuki Alto as Australia’s cheapest new car for ownership and operating costs. ...  Read More
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Suzuki Alto Still Australia’s Cheapest Car To Run

The NSW-based NRMA has found the Suzuki Alto GL retains its position as Australia’s cheapest car to run – averaging just $89.81 per week (over five years). Average weekly fuel bill for ...  Read More
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Standard ESP Across Entire Suzuki Alto Range

Suzuki has further sharpened the value proposition for its Alto range by adding Electronic Stability Program (ESP) as standard on the entry-level GL model. Still priced from $12,490 ‘...  Read More
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Suzuki Alto Now Even More Fuel Efficient

Already a miserly fuel-sipper, Suzuki has boosted the economy of its excellent Alto hatchback by fitting low rolling-resistance tyres.The new rubber reduces the five-speed manual Alto's average ...  Read More
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Suzuki’s Alto - A Budget Basher

Choose to be Economical. Choose to be Safe. Choose to be Green. Choose AltoSuzuki has fired the first shot in the looming battle for Australia's least-expensive new car – the $12,490 Alto ...  Read More

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