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Suzuki Alto now even more frugal

15th July, 2010 (copyright image)

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The Suzuki Alto has just gained an added lead on its rivals with a 2.2 per cent improvement to its official fuel economy figure.

The addition of new low-rolling resistance tyres sees the manual Alto’s combined fuel economy drop to 4.7 litres per 100 km, with CO2 emissions falling by almost 3 per cent to a very low 110 grammes per km.

The automatic model scores a 3.9 per cent improvement on economy to 5.3 litres per 100 km and CO2 emissions fall to 126 grammes per km.

“Alto is without doubt one of the best value car choices on the market and this economy upgrade is the added proof,” said Suzuki Australia general manager, Tony Devers.

“It ranks amongst the greenest vehicles on the planet and has a starting price almost three times less than that of any hybrid vehicle. It is the practical, quality, low-running cost vehicle that also offers great performance, high levels of safety and now even better fuel economy.”

The Suzuki Alto GL is priced from $12,490 drive-away and the GLX model from $12,990 drive-away.


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