Suzuki Alto has been updated with a renewed front end design as well as some minor aesthetic enhancement at the rear. The car was showcased at Chengdu motorshow. The updated front end has lost the cheeky-look of its forebear, and Suzuki has instead smashed in a more formal looking set of lighting and bumper.
The teardrop-shaped headlamp made way for a squarer item which extends deeper into the fender. The single large radiator grille also has been replaced with more angular item which starts higher-up in a more conventional position instead of being positioned low down as previously. Large Suzuki emblem sits prominently in the new grille.
At the back, changes are more subtle. While the pert stance remained, the cheeky bulbous rear bumper has revised, as if it was smashed from behind to be more squarer. The bumper is made more distinctive by the incorporation of black lower garnish. While there is no sheet metal change at the back, the appearance is further modified with the new rear light internals.
The interior has been updated too with the new door trim. It now incorporates a longer arm rest+power window panel that run all the way to the top section of the door trim. The China car also boasts additional color insert within the cabin to boost the cheerful image the car portrayed.
Suzuki Alto is on sale in Malaysia since August 2010. It is Indian-CBU and available in GA-spec manual (RM44,888) all the way to GXS (RM54,888). It comes in 996cc triplet cylinder and measures just 3,500mm in length. Some more photos after the jump.
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