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1995 Suzuki Alto Works

Check out this 1995 Suzuki Alto Works a known one of the most popular mini hot hatches in the Japanese domestic market in the 90’s. The turbocharged Suzuki Alto Works. Small and boxy, but still a sporty look having a hood scoop, rear spoilers and Works badge just in front of the rear wheels. These accurately convey the thrills you can expect to enjoy when driving this Kei car.

Handling and response are quick and sporty, a spacious cabin that allows you to fit comfortably in the supportive driver’s seat, which provides plenty of headroom and a good driving position. This particular 1995 vehicle is the RSZ Model equipped with AWD that assures it handles the road well and maintains solid grip if you ever plan to drive aggressively around corners at high speeds.

Suzuki’s turbocharged inline three-cylinder 660cc powerplant originally advertised 64 PS however many people question such. This is easily enough power for the Alto Works, which only weighs about 1477 pounds. The engine also delivers loads of torque throughout the rpm range via intercooled turbocharger, so you don’t have to keep the engine running at high rpm to enjoy quick response.

The 1995 Suzuki Alto Works is a great choice for a daily driver inner city car. Its small size and short turning radius  greatly simplify parking and enhance maneuverability in heavy traffic, yet its space-efficient cabin comfortably seats four adults. Suzuki made the Alto Works extremely fuel efficient as well.

you’ll be impressed with the quality of the Suzuki Alto Works. Its highly reliable engine stays cool even when pushed, and the undersides are typically in excellent condition with nearly no rust. In recent months foreign enthusiasts seem to have rediscovered this JDM gem. This well-cared-for vehicle with fabric seats, power steering and power windows is a good example of what you can expect from any Suzuki Alto Works we source from used car auctions and dealers in Japan.

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