Suzuki Baleno hatchback received a cross-versionMarch 19, 2020
This model is one of the most popular in the brand line, last year more than 250 thousand copies were sold.
Japanese automaker Suzuki has released a new modification to its Baleno hatchback. The car received a cross-version and can now move more confidently along difficult roads. The hatchback went on sale in 2015 and immediately gained popularity with buyers. The cross-country version appeared 5 years later. From the appearance, the increased ground clearance of the car immediately catches the eye. We also note the presence of plastic linings on body elements and a roof rack, which is already available in the basic version. Together with the advent of the new version, the developers also modernized the interior – the seats and door cards received a new finish. Also, the car received a modern multimedia complex.
As a power unit on a non-alternative basis, a 1.4-liter engine with a return of 95 hp is used, which works in tandem with a 5-speed manual transmission or 4-speed automatic transmission, depending on the selected configuration.
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