Earlier next-gen A-Star, which is also known as Suzuki Alto in some of the markets, was seen testing somewhere in the Europe.
But now as India happens to be an important market for such low-cost cars, the carmaker then seem to have imported one of the test-mule here too. Hence, it isn’t a fiction that A-Star didn’t manage to sell itself in the trend-setting numbers. That seems to be the main reason for carmaker to do a revamp for the particular badge worldwide.
Expectedly the new-gen A-Star test mule was wearing the camouflage like it did in the Europe, so none of the streaks can be ploughed regarding its cosmetic peak.
Specifically, the vehicle dropped us this spy-shot on the streets of Gurgaon. We learnt the carmaker had codenamed it as codename ‘YL7′.
Most of the vehicles now seem to have been spending sleepless nights due to the said reason, what Maruti is going to bomb over India in the near future. We say they can relieve themselves at the upcoming 2014 Delhi Auto Expo.
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