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  • Q. How is the performance and pick up for Auto transmission - Alto K10?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The engine is a K10B unit borrowed from the WagonR. A 1 litre, 3 cylinder unit - it generates 68PS of power and 90Nm of torque. No, it doesn’t really sound like a lot - but that is until you factor in the weight of the car. The car doesn’t really weigh a lot, giving it a power-to-weight ratio that matches most B segment hatches. That 90Nm of torque is available at 3500rpm and the peak power is developed only at the redline i.e 6000rpm. What this means is you really have to have a leadfoot to make the K10 run fast. Now, this engine and gearbox combo is available on the bigger Celerio as well. But the gearbox is slightly better tuned on the Alto compared to the Celerio. As with all AMTs, the shifts are jerky - both up and down the gears. The gearbox is slightly hesitant to downshift at times as well, holding on to that higher gear, inadvertently lugging the car in the process. Thankfully, it does snap into its senses in a bit and downshifts. You can always avoid all of this hassle and shift on your own by slotting the gear lever into M. You now pull the lever back to upshift and push the lever forward to downshift. This is the exact opposite of what you might be used to, say, with a DSG box - but you’d adapt to it pretty easily. Even in manual, the vehicle will automatically downshift if it senses it is in too high a gear for the revvs or the speed. But it does let you take the revv needle all the way upto the redline. Speaking of the twisties, the steering is beautifully direct. It is a light unit and doesn’t weigh up much on the highways. While it doesn’t really inspire confidence at 100kph, it is a boon for those quick u-turns and parking is a cakewalk as well.

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    Gopal
    Gopal | 2 months ago

    It depends on your driving skills, same can be adjusted to suit your requirements but you have to compromise with fuel consumption.

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 11 months ago

    I think if you driving daily in city traffic then automatic is the best choice for you or if you are driving occasionally means not using daily then you go for manual it was the best option and you'll feel best

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    Hotel
    Hotel | 3 months ago

    Best as i use very easy to overtake and also smooth in hills also, I Travel Saputara, Mount Abu, Goa & Jawar Ghat.

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    Sandeep
    Sandeep | 2 months ago

    You are driving in City then you go in automatic and your home in Hill than you buy manual

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    Kunal
    Kunal | 11 months ago

    I think in suzuki 1000cc engine K series engine is the best if your family is big the don't go for it because I honestly say 😅 the space in back seat it was very low

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    Praveen
    Praveen | 11 months ago

    Rear seat space is very congested. Its not like old alto. Driver seat also not comfortable, if any one sit in backside seat.

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    Ranganathan
    Ranganathan | 3 months ago

    Excellent.

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    Nitin
    Nitin | 3 months ago

    Normal

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    Praveen
    Praveen | 10 months ago

    Please go for a test ride sitting 4 persons in car, because rear seats have less space.

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