According to a new report, Suzuki will cut the Grand Vitara and the Alto from its lineup
Auto Express says no more Grand Vitaras will be offered when all produced examples are sold from dealerships. This will probably happen by the end of the year.
What’s more, the company has no plans for a direct successor of the model, which means the SX4 S-Cross will become the biggest SUV in the brand’s portfolio. However, the Vitara name will live on in the new compact crossover, scheduled for a debut during the Paris Motor Show.
The Alto supermini will likely be phased out next spring, just in time for the new Suzuki Celerio market launch. The new city car will be produced in Thailand and will be slightly bigger than the Alto.