Following multiple leaks of images and brochure scans of 2015 Suzuki Alto, the Japanese company has released official photos of the kei car.
Despite recent reports about axing of Suzuki Kizashi and Grand Vitara forever, new information has come to light suggesting that the models would continue to be produced for around two more years.
Suzuki Celerio replaces Alto hatchback (known as A-Star in India) as well as Splash mini MPV (known as Ritz in India), in the United Kingdom.
Production of Suzuki’s infamous models, Kizashi entry-level D-segment sedan and Grand Vitara mid-size SUV, have come to a long expected end.
Suzuki Celerio Custom has been showcased at 2014 Thailand Motor Expo. As the name suggests the hatchback dons custom body kit which surprisingly manages to make the otherwise bland looking car sporty.
Dale Wyatt, Suzuki UK’s Head of Sales and Marketing, recently revealed that the company has six products in pipeline, two each in A,B and C segments, for launch until 2017. Here is an overview of them all.
Among many products, six to be precise, Suzuki is about to launch until 2017, the codename YRA premium hatchback (to be positioned above the Swift) is one of the most interesting models as it will compete directly with Hyundai i20 and Honda Jazz. Will YRA make its first public appearance at 2015 Geneva Motor Show?
First images of new Suzuki Alto for Japan were leaked recently, which revealed only front fascia. Now they are followed by new batch of pictures that unveil its rear end, and it gets weirder.