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'''Suzuki Alto (HA12S/HA22S/HA23S/HA12V/HA23V). 1998–2012 (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 657, 796 cm³ (I3 OHC), 658, 998 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1061 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' New-generation Alto, initially beginning with economy and turbocharged Works models, but the latter were deleted in 2000 as Suzuki turned Alto back into an economy line. DOHC lean-burn engine from 1999. Alto C succeeded Cervo C in 1999, and featured a different grille, with ovoid lights which were shared with the Works models. Maruti models commenced production in India in 2000, with larger engines (0·8 and 1·1); K10 model débuted in 2010 with 1·0 DOHC engine, later replaced by a rebodied version, though dated compared with newer competition in India. Badge-engineered as [[Mazda Carol]], with the upscale trim level called MeLady, and with a different front bumper incorporating the [[Mazda]] grille from 2001. Formed the basis of the third-generation [[Mitsuoka]] Ray.
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'''Suzuki Alto (HA12S/HA22S/HA23S/HA12V/HA23V). 1998–2012 (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 657, 796 cm³ (I3 OHC), 658, 998 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1061 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' New-generation Alto, initially beginning with economy and turbocharged Works models, but the latter were deleted in 2000 as Suzuki turned Alto back into an economy line. DOHC lean-burn engine from 1999. Alto C succeeded Cervo C in 1999, and featured a different grille, with ovoid lights which were shared with the Works models. Maruti models commenced production in India in 2000, with larger engines (0·8 and 1·1); K10 model débuted in 2010 with 1·0 DOHC engine, later replaced by a rebodied version, though dated compared with newer competition in India. Badge-engineered as [[Mazda Carol (HB12)|Mazda Carol (''q.v.'')]]. Formed the basis of the third-generation [[Mitsuoka]] Ray.
  
  
''Manufacturing locations:'' Kosai, Japan; Manesar, Gurgaon, India
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''Manufacturing locations:'' Kosai, Shizuoka, Japan; Manesar, Gurgaon, India
  
''Marque:'' [[Suzuki]] | ''Model:'' [[Suzuki Alto]] | ''Predecessors:'' [[Suzuki Alto (CA71V)]], [[Suzuki Alto (HA11)]] | ''Successors:'' [[Suzuki Alto (HA24)]], [[Suzuki Alto (CA21S)]], [[Maruti Suzuki Alto (2012–)]]
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''Marque:'' [[Suzuki]] | ''Model:'' [[Suzuki Alto]] | ''Predecessors:'' [[Suzuki Fronte (CB71)]], [[Suzuki Alto (HA11)]] | ''Successors:'' [[Suzuki Alto (HA24)]], [[Suzuki Alto (CA21S)]], [[Maruti Suzuki Alto (2012–)]]

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Suzuki Alto (HA12S/HA22S/HA23S/HA12V/HA23V). 1998–2012 (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 657, 796 cm³ (I3 OHC), 658, 998 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1061 cm³ (I4 OHC). New-generation Alto, initially beginning with economy and turbocharged Works models, but the latter were deleted in 2000 as Suzuki turned Alto back into an economy line. DOHC lean-burn engine from 1999. Alto C succeeded Cervo C in 1999, and featured a different grille, with ovoid lights which were shared with the Works models. Maruti models commenced production in India in 2000, with larger engines (0·8 and 1·1); K10 model débuted in 2010 with 1·0 DOHC engine, later replaced by a rebodied version, though dated compared with newer competition in India. Badge-engineered as Mazda Carol (q.v.). Formed the basis of the third-generation Mitsuoka Ray.


Manufacturing locations: Kosai, Shizuoka, Japan; Manesar, Gurgaon, India

Marque: Suzuki | Model: Suzuki Alto | Predecessors: Suzuki Fronte (CB71), Suzuki Alto (HA11) | Successors: Suzuki Alto (HA24), Suzuki Alto (CA21S), Maruti Suzuki Alto (2012–)







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