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Enthusiast blog SuzukiFan claims that Suzuki is working on the next generation Alto (A-Star to Indians) for a late 2013 launch. The SuzukiFan blog post.
Reports of the Suzuki A-Star's local foray is flowing thick and fast on media channels in Indonesia. The A-Segment hatchback, manufactured in Manesar, is expected.
After Volkswagen bought out a 20% stake in Suzuki everyone in the Industry was of the opinion that that the Suzuki-Nissan deal for the small.
Last year Maruti Suzuki aired a Suzuki A-Star TV commercial having many cars pulling off spectacular stunts. Maybe that didn't work prompting Maruti to transmit.
Suzuki Alto with fish scales and fin will be shown at the Berlin Show this month At the Berlin International Green Week this year, Suzuki.
Obstacles are now coming the form of deadly technical issues which should not have occurred The Made in India Suzuki A-Star, which sells under the.
At the Tokyo Motor Show two months back, Suzuki displayed the Suzuki A-Star concept, which was fundamentally the A-Star hatchback with added elevation. The interiors.
The SYM Cevalo 125cc bike could be Mahindra's surprise exhibit at Auto Expo 2010 Stories on many blogs indicate Mahindra 2 wheelers will display the.
With decals and special keychains, its all part of the centenary celebrations. Suzuki's centenary celebrations is doing all sorts of things to its cars. The.
Who said the Suzuki A-Star was just for the urban commute? Two Suzuki A-Stars finished a 2,112 mile journey through New Zealand, just to prove.
Sold with a 15,000 km service interval and a three-year/100,000 km warranty, the A-Star has been introduced in South Africa as the Suzuki Alto. Our.
Our India-made Maruti Suzuki A-Star (dubbed Alto overseas) is enjoying the weather in Morocco under the name Celerio. Launched in three variants, the Suzuki Celerio.
Nissan's made it official. Nissan Pixo, the hatchback derived from the Suzuki A-Star manufactured exclusively in India, which was revealed alongside the A-Star at the.
International Center of Automotive Technology (ICAT) in Haryana began its operations by approving Maruti Suzuki's next model Ritz (Suzuki Splash in International Markets) to be.
The Suzuki A-Star (sold globally as the Alto) and the Splash (which will be referred to as the Ritz in India) will get the Start-Stop.