Retail pricing for the Suzuki Baleno starts at $15,990 for the GL version, before rising to $16,990 for the automatic and then $18,990 for the GLX. Although it is bigger than the Swift it actually is cheaper.
Does the Suzuki Baleno feature AEB?
The Baleno does not feature AEB nor has it been tested by local ANCAP authorities. It does, however, offer airbags front, side and rear and hill descent control.
Where is the Suzuki Baleno made?
Suzuki Japan originally designed the Baleno but models are made in India.
How big is the Suzuki Baleno's fuel tank?
The Baleno's fuel tank capacity measures 37 litres across all variants. When equipped with an automatic transmission, the Baleno should net 685km of range when drinking the claimed 5.4 litres per 100km.