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Suzuki Alto F 10059

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The most efficient 1-liter engine ever is the new Suzuki Alto 2014 in sustainable mobility. But maximum efficiency and minimum emissions are just 2 of the many benefits of the compact Alto. On 3.5 m of Alto 2014 serves up to 4 adults with plenty of comfort and added safety. In the top version means: ESP with traction control, up to 6 airbags, Air conditioning, ABS with electronic brake-force distribution, Alloy wheels, Radio / CD, and more. Like the entire new generation Suzuki convinced the new Alto 2014 with an outstanding price-performance ratio. Thus, the most compact model of the compact no. 1 is already to have available for CHF 990. – 9. At this price, the compact 5-door proves almost as unrivaled. It also shows an elegant design and its distinctive round eyes much charm and character. The new Alto 2014 is obtainable with a manual five-speed transmission as well as four-speed automatic in addition to a total of five models.
The Suzuki Alto 2014 is stylish, versatile, and modern and made for the urban life. The attractive Suzuki Alto 2014 inspired by a refreshing combination of economy and compact dimensions. With only 3.50 meters long, it fits into the smallest parking places, still offers enough room for four people and convinces with safe driving. Its small turning circle of nine meters in connection with the smooth and standard power steering makes maneuvering easy.

Besides the price, the best argument for the new compact star of Suzuki is undoubtedly the highly efficient 3-cylinder gasoline engine, whose consumption values set new standards and meet the Euro 5 standard: The CO2 emissions are extremely low: Who enjoys a hot shower, caused about 10 times as much CO2 as 1 km for the new Suzuki Alto 2014 with 94 g CO2 / km! The lightweight and compact engine, it still brings to 68 hp and a maximum torque of 90 Nm at 3 400 r / min. Suzuki proves with the new Alto 2014 once again that compact cars are the best conditions for sustainable mobility.
If you like to drive a car then you will love the new Suzuki Alto 2014. Even if the drive has never been one of your favorite activities, here are some of the many great reasons to enjoy your ride in the new Alto: Comfortable front seats for relaxed driving. Simple, intuitive controls and instruments, including a very readable speed display with integrated digital display at any time to have an overview of the current driving information. Thanks to the ergonomically designed cockpit you never lose track and have your Alto always under control. And many more reasons you best discover for yourself. The new Alto 2014 is a maximum emotional and maximal compact.
In order to assist the driver while dodging obstacles, the new Alto 2014 comes with an Electronic Stability Program, which regulates engine output and braking interventions in carrying out curves where necessary and accelerations. A chassis to dissipate the impact energy-absorbing crumple zones and energy-absorbing cladding material to absorb crash energy away from occupants and a strong cabin structure that protect passengers.

Number of cylinders 3
Displacement 658cc
Drive layout 2WD
Horespower 54Hp@rpm
Torque 63Nm@rpm
Compression ratio Gasoline
Type Automatic
Displacement 5 Speed

  • Bluetooth
  • CD player
  • Power Windows
  • Air Conditioner
  • Power Doors Lock
  • Air Bags
  • Keyless Entry
  • Electric side mirror
  • Rear Wash Wiper
  • Front Fog Lights
  • MP3 interface
  • Navigation system
  • Parking sensors
  • Immobilizer

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1-3-17, Biwadai, Uji, Kyoto, Japan 611-0024


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Our price $6 400
Mileage 18000mi
Year 2014
Make Suzuki
Model Alto
Fuel type Gasoline
Transmission Automatic
Engine 658cc
Drive 2WD
Exterior Color Black
Interior Color Beige
Grade 4.5
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