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Suzuki Baleno
PriceA$16,990 - A$19,990
Fuel Efficiency5.1 - 5.4L/100km
Latest CarExpert Rating7.4 / 10

Suzuki Baleno

Though the Suzuki Baleno is slightly bigger than the Swift, this Indian-built hatchback is the cheapest member of the Australian Suzuki range. It even undercuts the Ignis city car.

Introduced in 2016, the Suzuki Baleno uses the name of Suzuki's largely forgotten Toyota Corolla rival, last seen in 2001. This current car is quite a bit smaller than conventional small cars, though bigger than many light cars.

There are no turbocharged models anymore and nothing flashy like the Swift Sport, just a small range of value-priced hatchbacks.

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Suzuki Baleno Review

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7.4
Curt Dupriez

2020 Suzuki Baleno GL review

Curt Dupriez
 
2020 Suzuki Baleno GL review

Recently refreshed styling anchors the Series II update of the Suzuki Baleno GL. But is there enough goodness beneath the skin of this price-buster to rate as an ideal ‘my first car’?


Suzuki Baleno News & Articles

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James Wong

VFACTS: May's shining stars

James Wong
 
VFACTS: May's shining stars

Despite two consecutive months of strong decline, numerous brands and models are bucking the downward trend, with budget and luxury players showing significant growth in trying times.


Suzuki Baleno Variants

 
2021 Suzuki Baleno GL four-door hatchback

2021 Suzuki Baleno GL four-door hatchback

5-speed Manual
MRLP A$16,990

Variants from Previous Years

2020 Suzuki Baleno

Suzuki Baleno FAQs

How much does the 2021 Suzuki Baleno cost?

The 2021 Suzuki Baleno range kicks off from A$16,990 (plus on-road costs) for the "Baleno GL" variant and finishes at A$19,990 (plus on-road costs) for the "Baleno GLX (QLD)" variant.

In which country is the Suzuki Baleno built?

The Suzuki Baleno is built in India and is then shipped to Australia.

What is the Suzuki Baleno towing capacity?

The 2021 Suzuki Baleno has a braked towing capacity of 1000kg and an unbraked towing capacity of 400kg.

What are the service intervals of the Suzuki Baleno?

Depending on the variant, Suzuki suggests that owners service their the Suzuki Baleno every a 12 to 6 months, or 10,000 to 15,000km, whichever comes first.

What type of fuel does the Suzuki Baleno use?

The 2021 Suzuki Baleno uses only Unleaded Petrol.

How many doors does the Suzuki Baleno have?

The 2021 Suzuki Baleno has 4 doors.

Is the Suzuki Baleno any good?

In our latest review the Suzuki Baleno scored 7.4 out of 10. Read the full Suzuki Baleno review here.

What is the warranty for the Suzuki Baleno?

The 2021 Suzuki Baleno has a 5 year, unlimited km warranty.