The new Baleno is now with us, visit Coventry Suzuki and discover this practical hatchback which is such a joy to drive. The boosterjet turbo charged engine gives you maximum performance and efficiency. Not to mention being packed out with features including satellite navigation and DAB radio as standard.
when you get behind the wheel of the Suzuki Baleno it will definitly be one of the first things that you will notice about this great model, the injection of pace this compact hatchback has to offer thanks to the impact of the Boosterjet turbocharged engine, which will ensure maximum performance whilst maintaining great fuel efficency is a great development from Suzuki
Moving on to the great features, who is to say that compact cars cant be roomy? The new Baleno bosts a generous interior space for both driver and passengers. It comes packed with features, including satellite navigation system and DAB radio as standard. Take a look at the other features this model has to offer:
Sporty styling helps the Baleno to attract attention on the road. The front bumper is subtly lipped to resemble a front spoiler and complement the rear spoiler with an integrated third brake light. The V-shaped front grille is finished with an elegant chrome surround, and pointed headlamps pull back towards the middle of the bonnet.
Inside, too, the Baleno exceeds others in the class. Its 355-litre boot is 70 litres larger than the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo’s and 25 litres bigger than that of the Fabia, even though the Baleno is roughly the same size. The cabin itself has space for five and boasts an uncomplicated dashboard that is easy to interact with as you drive.
The supermini debuts a new 1.0-litre Boosterjet turbo petrol engine from Suzuki. The unit has 110bhp and 170Nm of torque which keeps it lively on the road and emits 103g/km of CO2. Joining it is the firm’s existing 1.2-litre Dualjet engine which, like the Boosterjet, can be paired up with a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox. A hybrid option is also available to bring the car’s emissions figure even lower. The system pairs a starter generator with the Dualjet engine to help the supermini power away from a standing start. Just 93g/km of CO2 is emitted through the exhaust.