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Old 08-02-2015, 12:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Width of Alto - outside to outside of mirrors?

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I am thinking of buying the latest and last Alto available here in New Zealand. However my garage door is narrow and I cannot find on the web what the latest Alto width is outside to outside of external mirrors.

Would anyone be so kind as to provide this info?
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Don't know if this is any help Alto/CELERIO:Specifications | Global Suzuki
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I doubt it includes the mirrors though.
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Thank you Dudleydo but it seems that car manufacturers do not give overall mirror tip to mirror tip dimensions so, I doubt that the info you linked to is what I need. Thanks anyway.
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184 cm or 169 cm if you manually fold mirrors in.
I bought a new 5 spd Alto end of January. All good apart from battery seems old, but don`t know when car was assembled. It is as good on fuel as they claim.
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Thanks very much for that info maxlev. The 'garage' door width is 174cm so I think I would have to keep a new Alto outside as even with mirrors folded in am not too confident about 'fitting the car through'. Also not too sure about long term rustproofing if leaving it outside. I tend to keep cars for a long time. Currently have 1995 Daihatsu Mira. Further comments on rustproofing appreciated.
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