Why We Need To Have The Suzuki Alto Works Back On Track

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Suzuki may seem to be quite a history now, and for that reason, we would really like to have them back on the roads. Perhaps one of our 2016 New Year’s resolution is to have the Suzuki Alto Works hitting the roads again, since it undoubtedly looks like an absolute riot.

If you’re still wondering why this car would be a hoot to drive, well, it’s good to know some of these facts. The Suzuki Alto Works is a tiny Kei car which rides on a 97-inch wheelbase and weighs less than 1,350 pounds, making it absolutely lightweight; half the weight of the three-door Mini. And while the version prior to this sports a rounded styling, this new model adopts a more squared-off, industrial design, which truth to be told, looks more appealing to the eyes.

And here’s the price tag for those who are curious: 1,509,840 yen, after conversion would be that of just $12,500! We certainly hope for Suzuki to make a nice comeback since there’s no denying that they do make some of the best hatchbacks around town.

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