The 2nd Generation Suzuki Alto Lapin was introduced in 2008. Suzuki Alto Lapin is a front engine front/four wheel drive subcompact kei car. Suzuki Alto Lapin 2nd Generation is also sold as the Mazda Spiano is other regions of the world. Suzuki Alto Lapin 2008 was introduced to be a modern Kei car that featured “retro” styling, it shares some essential components with the standard Suzuki Alto and the Suzuki Wagon R as well. Production of the 2nd Generation Suzuki Alto Lapin lasted for 8 years and Suzuki halted the production in 2015. Suzuki Alto Lapin was available in 3 trim levels G (basic), XL and TL(Turbo charged).
The price of the Suzuki Alto Lapin 2nd Generation was fairly competitive when compared with other cars in the same class available in the local market.
The exterior of the 2nd Generation Suzuki Alto Lapin features a unique and distinctive design language. The front end houses square headlights, a rectangular grille with multiple small inlets, a rectangular air intake with triple inlets and a flush bumper design. The rear end houses circular taillights and a standard case tailgate. Options include a two-tone paint finish that allows the customer to choose between a white or black coloured roof. The overall exterior of the Suzuki Alto Lapin features distinctive and unique styling that allows itself apart from the other cars in its class.
The interior of the Suzuki Lapin Alto features the use of Black and beige plastic trim pieces. The front and rear seats are covered in fabric. Standard features include air conditioning, power steering, power mirrors, power windows, power lock doors, trip computer, tachometer and a stereo speaker audio system. Options include automatic climate control, a sunroof, satellite navigation and leather upholstery. The overall interior of the 2ndGeneration Suzuki Alto Lapin features a good amount of interior space for a Kei car of such compact exterior dimensions.