Suzuki updates Alto LapinJune 19, 2019
The minicar receives several new security systems, as well as improvements and trim and equipment of the cabin. The cost of the car remains unchanged.
Suzuki continues to align its K-cars to the standards recommended in Japan by the ministries of economy and trade, as well as land, transport and tourism. They concern advanced equipment with active safety systems, and although they are not mandatory, they are supported by automakers, since they allow their models to obtain the status recommended for older drivers.
Suzuki Alto Lapin gets an extended automatic braking system, which also works when reversing. Now there is an accelerator lock when accidentally pressed when reversing, as well as parking sensors. The accelerator will also be blocked if it is pressed excessively when it starts moving in a dense stream. The car also receives a recognition system of a number of road signs (entry is prohibited, overtaking is prohibited, maximum speed limits).
Heated driver’s seat is now the basic configuration G and front-wheel drive, and the driver and passenger – with full. Automatic head light is now in the trim levels G and L. Improved trim a combination of beige and red colors will offer for the top configuration X.
Improvements in appearance during this modernization was not carried out. For the Alto Lapin, a 0.66-liter, three-cylinder, turbo-supercharged engine combined with a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission is offered. There is also a simplified hybrid installation based on the same engine in combination with a variator.
The cost of Suzuki Alto Lapin is 1,100,000-1,514,160 yen.
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