JDM Alto caught testing in India

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Recently, we had talked about the Japanese Suzuki Alto, recently some pics of the same car has surfaced on the internet. The fact that the JDM Alto has been caught testing in India excites us like anything.

Our take on the JDM Suzuki Alto Eco

Its no secret that Maruti Suzuki’s market share in India has been declining ever since the competitors have got aggressive with their modus operandi in the small car market. The recent and surely the most dramatic blow to Maruti Suzuki’s crown in the small car market is the launch of the Hyundai Eon. Without a doubt, the Alto is the bread and butter product of Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL)  and suddenly, it looks nothing short of being dated in front of the new entrant. To steer clear of the threat the Korean compact posses to MSIL, the manufacturer is working on launching a compact which will have a high fuel efficiency. Our guess is that this model can very well be the Japanese Domestic Model (JDM) Suzuki Alto with the 660cc powerplant that delivers a staggering 32 kmpl.  This car has recently been spotted on test in Gurgaon and and we expect to be showcased at the 2012 Auto Expo as MSIL is sure to try and gauge the public response. Now, the thing that bugs us is that this car doesn’t appears to be anywhere smaller than the Indian Alto and placing it below the latter doesn’t seems to be a great possibility. Does that means that the JDM Alto is all set to replace India’s favorite tall boy- The WagonR?

















Source – Team-BHP

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  • anixtremeanix says:

    is the hero motocorp designers are frustrated about their work

    they think that if they copy the design of apache

    the bike look aggressive and stylish they think wrong they had very badly copied the style of apache but not beated its performance

    the bike has nothing it has dull headlamp

    it has bad performance

    it has bad looks

    it has ugly speedo

    it has bad designed air scoops

    nothing is good about this bike

  • DILJITH says:

    totaly the bike looks good , but not upto pulsar , apache , or fz . We like herohonda but they dont give what the people needed , the speedo meter is too small , and no change in performence

  • dinu says:

    I llke dis byk but more prblm have dis luk 1.Head light is not gud old cbz luk is gud. 2.Fuel tank is not gud and adopted by pulsur. 3.Seat design is more boring 4 its bike. 4.I .Its bike looking is Average only.

  • suraj says:

    I am planning to buy a new bike, bit confused among CBZ and Pulsar 180. Please suggest.

    I am eager to know the launch date of New CBZ.

  • chandru says:

    when it will launch i am waiting 2 buy this new version bike

    please reply me,in showroom no one tell abt this new version

    and not responsing….