2012 Suzuki Alto Play Edition introduced in the UK

Article by Christian Andrei, on February 8, 2012

Suzuki (GB) PLC is introducing its special edition Alto Play model, which will be launched for sale this week. There will be about 500 units available. The Alto Play is based on the famous SZ3 mid-grade model with pollen filter, side airbags and air conditioning as standard equipment, but provides added value for the customer with a higher specification such as front fog lamps and a variety of interior and exterior upgrades.

 Alto Play is characterized by its stylish Oyster Blue metallic paint finish, silver accent on the front bumper, body-colored door handles and mirrors, and unique blue seat fabric.

With the company's famous VAT-free deals extended recently to March 30 in order to aid customers in purchasing new vehicles ready for the '12' registration, this means that the Alto Play comes for only £7,595 including metallic paint.

Customers can also take advantage of a very low and flexible deposit Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) if they want to buy through Suzuki Financial Services.

Alto is one of the five-door urban vehicles on the market that are least polluting. It has tailpipe emissions of 103g/km, offering 64.2mpg on the EC combined cycle.

Ownership cost is also very low with a yearly VED charge of £20 and insurance group 4E classification. In addition, Alto is one of the most maneuverable city cars in its class with a tight turning circle of only 9 meters.

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