Next Generation Suzuki Alto to Debut in October 2019

Suzuki is preparing to introduce the all new Alto hatchback towards the end of this year. The first generation Alto was unveiled globally back in October 1979, the Japanese automaker will thus introduce the 9th generation of Alto in October 2019 to mark the 40th anniversary of its popular nameplate.

Related: Evolution of Suzuki Alto and 5 Million Sales in Japan

Currently the Suzuki Alto is in its 8th generation that made its debut in 2014 and has already completed 5 years of its lifespan. It is powered by a 658cc 3-cylinder VVT engine that comes paired to a 5-speed manual, 5-speed semi-automatic and CVT gearbox. It also comes equipped with Suzuki’s ENE-Charge hybrid system coupled with regenerative braking & engine auto-idling feature.

The all new Alto is likely to be built on Suzuki’s latest Heartect platform that currently underpins almost every new Suzuki hatchback introduced globally. The next generation Suzuki Alto will be unveiled towards the end of this year and will be launched as a 2020 model to go on sale thereafter.

Related: 2019 Pak Suzuki Alto- What to Expect?

Pak Suzuki is in process of introducing the 8th gen 660cc Alto in Pakistan around March/ April 2019, however from the looks of it, the company will maintain its tradition of introducing models that are already considered surplus elsewhere.

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Qamar Jaleel
1 year ago

Pak suuzki. always late

Agha Salman
1 year ago

an angry Alto 😀

Tabish Ghouri
1 year ago

this means pak suzuki will be selling outdated model like they always do

S. Faixan Rathod
1 year ago

it’s obviously looks less fuglier than what pak suzuki is bringing here

1 year ago

looks like a cross between ignis and alto

Umair Wyne
1 year ago

Wow. So just when a model is to retire, Pak Suzuki brings it here. Shabash 👏👏

Imran Awan
1 year ago

This will be launched in Pakistan in 2049

Nayyer Abbas
1 year ago

That’s y I hate Pak Suzuki. Always launch old models in Pakistan when they r discontinued everywhere 😬