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The facelifted Alto 800 retains the same basic design of its predecessor.
The major change is on the nose. It now gets a new grille, and a redesigned front bumper with fog lamps housings.
With the new bumper, the Alto is now marginally longer than the pre-facelifted car. It now measures 3,430mm as against 3,395mm.
Rear styling is not very different from the predecessor's.
Full wheel caps standard on top trim.
Crystal-like tail-lights carry forward unchanged.
Headlamps now gets amber turn indicators in place of the clear-lens units.
Dashboard design carries forward unchanged.
Doors feature new fabric inserts.
The seats of the facelifted Alto come finished in new fabric upholstery.
Higher trim variants now get an integrated rear headrest.
Child-safety lock on the rear door is now available on higher trims.
Remote entry offered on top trim.
The grille is now narrower with the Suzuki logo moved to the bumper.
Audio system on top trim gets USB and aux connectivity, but no Bluetooth.
Driver airbag is available as an option across all trim levels.
Boot space remains unchanged at 160 litres.
Passenger side outside rear-view mirror is now standard.
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