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At a Glance

2007-2020 Suzuki Alto/Alto K10/Alto 800

For decades, Suzuki has made a name for itself as one of the go-to brands for small, efficient vehicles. One of the cars that helped cement that reputation is the Alto. First arriving in the Philippines in 2007, the version we got was actually the fifth-generation model that was around since 1998.

The formula was simple. The Alto was a small hatchback with an equally small engine and sold for a very low price. It's also one of the reasons why it was popular during its long production run. Over the years, it had several names. The first batch of models was simply called Alto, while the first facelift was dubbed the Alto K10. Its final iteration was named the Alto 800.

The Alto was discontinued in the Philippines in 2020. Its indirect successor is the S-Presso that was introduced the same year Suzuki Philippines dropped the long-running small hatchback.

Pros Cons
  • Cheap to buy, cheap to run
  • Ancient chassis dates back to the '90s
  • Later models had more safety features
  • No automatic option
  • High fuel efficiency
  • Not the most comfortable hatchback out there
  • Great visibility and maneuverability
  • Struggles in long-distance highway drives
  • Simplicity means easy repairs
  • Often abused

Good buy or goodbye?

It's easy to dismiss the Alto as an outdated vehicle for the modern young family. However, its basic nature and simplicity are also in its favor. Because it's not packed with technologies, repairs are cheap and easy. That also feels robust for such as small vehicles, shrugging off the abuses of daily driving. Not only that, the Alto 800 versions even have dual airbags and anti-lock brakes so it's safer than you think.

Unfortunately, what the Alto couldn't hide is its age. With a chassis that dates back to the late '90s, the ride isn't as good as modern small hatchbacks. The handling also feels like a car from the past, and you'll feel it once you compare it to other models in its class. Also, like most cars in this price range, maintenance records are spotty with most of these cars abused by their previous owners.

In the end, you get what you pay for with the Alto. It's up to you if that's a good thing or not.

Variants

  • GL M/T (2007-2012)
  • Standard M/T (2007-2012)
  • K10 M/T (2012-2016)
  • 800 STD M/T
  • 800 DLX M/T

Dimensions and capacities

  • Length: 3,430 mm
  • Width:1,490 mm
  • Height: 1,475 mm 
  • Wheelbase: 2,360 mm 
  • Fuel tank capacity: 35 Liters
  • Max. cargo area: N/A
  • Ground Clearance: 160 mm
  • Wading depth: N/A mm

Powertrain

Engine:

  • 0.8-liter, gas, 3-cylinder in-line, 12-valve SOHC
  • 1.0-liter, gas, 3-cylinder in-line, 12-valve, DOHC (K10 only)

Max power:

  • 47 HP
  • 67 HP (K10 only)

Max torque:

  • 68 Nm
  • 90 Nm (K10 only)

Transmission options:

  • 5-speed manual only

Driven wheels:

  • Front-wheel drive

Fuel economy and range

  • City: 12.4 km/l (0.8 L)
  • Highway: 19 km/l (0.8 L)
  • Estimated range: 434 km to 665 km per full tank

 

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