Suzuki Alto vs Suzuki Cultus – A detailed Comparison (2023 Models)

Cars in PakistanSuzuki Alto vs Suzuki Cultus - A detailed Comparison (2023 Models)

Suzuki has one of the best-selling automobile models in Pakistan, like Suzuki Alto and Suzuki Cultus. The previous generation of both these models was a huge success. Suzuki Motors upgraded both models by changing their look, performance, safety, and features. Here is a detailed description of the Suzuki Alto vs Suzuki Cultus.

   

Suzuki Cultus vs Suzuki Alto

Features

Both of these cars have no airbags, which concerns the safety. These models have an immobilizer, Door Opening Warning, and Child Lock. Both models do not support any unique braking system; they help standard brakes. Suzuki Cultus support the Anti-Theft Alarm System, an important feature.

Suzuki Cultus VXL 2023 Installment Plan

Engine

Suzuki Cultus has a 998cc petrol engine with a -speed manual transmission, which generates a horsepower of 67 HP at 6000 RPM and a torque of 90 NM at 3500 RPM; on the other hand, Suzuki Alto has a 658cc petrol engine with a 5-speed manual transmission that generates and a horsepower of 39 HP at 6500 RPM and a torque of 56 Nm at 4000 RPM. Both of these final word models have FWD.

Reasons not to buy Suzuki Alto

 

The compression ratio of the Suzuki Alto is 10:1, and Suzuki Cultus has a compression ratio of 11:1. Suzuki Alto has a top speed of 140 KM/H with an acceleration of 21 KM/H, and Suzuki Cultus has a top speed of 180 KM/H with an acceleration of 19 KM/H. Suzuki Cultus has Electronic Power Steering, and Suzuki Alto has Electric Power Assisted Steering. Engine wise, Suzuki Cultus has the upper hand in Suzuki Alto vs Suzuki Cultus.

Suspension

Both have the same McPherson Strut Coil Spring Front Suspension as does the Torsion beam’s rear suspension with Coil Spring.

Suzuki Alto supports Solid Disc front brakes with Drum rear brakes. Suzuki Cultus has Ventilated Disc front brakes with the same Drum rear brakes.

Fuel Economy

The fuel tank capacity of the Suzuki Alto is 27 L with a mileage of 18 KM/L in the city and 22 KM/L on the highway, whereas the Suzuki Cultus has a fuel tank capacity of 35 L with a mileage of 14 KM/L in the town and 18 KM/L on the road.

Price

The Suzuki Alto VX has a price tag of PKR 2,251,00, and Suzuki Cultus VXR has a price tag of PKR 3,718,000.

Who’s the Winner in Suzuki Alto vs Suzuki Cultus?

Suppose you are looking for an economical car. In that case, Suzuki Alto is a better option because it not only comes cheap but it also gives a better fuel average which makes it an affordable everyday ride. However, if you are on a bigger budget, you can go for Suzuki Cultus because it offers advanced features, a powerful engine, and a more durable build. Moreover, there is also a significant price difference between both, so the final decision depends on the buyers’ wallet.

 

 

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