The Alto's dashboard won't win any prizes for style, but it's pretty user-friendly thanks to simple rotary heater dials and chunky stereo buttons. All-round vision also impresses, and with seat height adjustment on all but the entry-level model, you should be able to get comfortable at the wheel. There’s no reach adjustment for the steering, though.
Suzuki Alto Hatchback space & practicality
Four people can fit in the Alto as long as they're not too tall. However, they'll struggle to stow their luggage on board because the boot is tiny and it has a big load lip. The split-folding rear seats let you extend the boot, but the load area you get is sloped.
Suzuki Alto Hatchback equipment
The entry-level SZ trim is particularly spartan, but does come with electric windows and a CD player. The SZ3 model adds remote central locking and air-conditioning, while top-spec SZ4 cars get alloy wheels, front foglights and a rev counter, but they're expensive.