If you have ever owned a Suzuki Alto and had to replace any parts for this vehicle then we want to know of your experience. Leave your thoughts in the comments box at the bottom of the page.
Suzuki Alto Overview
The Suzuki Alto is classed as a City Car and is designed by the Japanese automobile manufacturing company Suzuki. This car has been around a long time and has undergone some severe changes in its lifetime, to keep up with current design trends and evolve with the technology. The Alto was first produced in Japan in 1979 and its major selling point is its cheap price and low fuel consumption. Out of all the different cars available in the city car class, this is probably one of the poorest. It is not the greatest drive, there’s not much room inside, and it’s not the best looking and doesn’t handle that well. Let’s remember the price and fuel economy, which this type of car is famous for. Does this sound anything like your experience of this car?
Suzuki Alto History
The first generation (1979-84) was available in Japan and had smaller engine sizes than the export versions. This car was first introduced into the UK in 1981. The second generation (1984-94) was a bit more powerful and slightly larger than the Japanese version and it had a makeover in 1988, remaining in production until 1993. The third generation (1994-2002) was a very square looking car and the last to be associated with the Fronte model.
The fourth generation (2002-09) version was given a much newer look and got rid of the ‘square’ look. There were more variations of this car available in this generation. The fifth generation (2009-present) is the current version in production and has gone with the new modern style of design. This car is also produced for Nissan, called the Nissan Prixo.
The latest version of the Suzuki Alto is only available as a 1.0L petrol engine and it offers up to 65mpg. Earlier versions were available in 0.8 and 1.1L petrol. Which engine did you have on your Alto and how did it perform economically? If you consider the fuel type, engine size and age of vehicle, this will help determine the fuel economy of the vehicle.
The Suzuki Alto has been available in 4 and 5 speed manual and 3 and 4 speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox did you have for your Alto and how did it perform? Have a look at our Suzuki gearbox section to find your gearbox parts for your Alto, available at great prices.
Here at Breakeryard we have parts for the Suzuki Alto at very cheap prices. Our vast network of UK Breakers has different parts available for all makes and models of vehicle. You can enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the Alto parts page to locate the exact parts you need.