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Suzuki Baleno

  • tickCabin has lots of passenger space
  • tickLong list of standard equipment
  • tickRefined and strong three-cylinder engine

Suzuki Baleno Hatchback (2016 - )

The Suzuki Baleno looks like great value for money, with low prices, generous equipment levels and lots of space. Granted, it's not the best car of its type to drive, nor is it the nicest to sit in, but for many buyers, the rational merits will overpower the emotional shortcomings.
Our verdict

Is the Suzuki Baleno a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Suzuki Baleno interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Suzuki Baleno performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Suzuki Baleno how good does it look

Suzuki Baleno practicality

Suzuki Baleno drive

Suzuki Baleno reliability

Suzuki Baleno equipment

Our expert review

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Unfortunately, the good impression created by the exterior doesn’t continue when you step inside. You can’t help but notice the swathes of hard, cheap-feeling plastic, along with some pieces of trim (the console around the gearlever and handbrake, for example) that flex in your hand. On the other hand, there are no complaints about how easy everything is to use, with most of the infotainment system's functions being operated through the central touch-screen, and the ventilation controlled by nice big buttons. We’ve only driven the SZ5 model and the driving position is fine, but it’s worth noting that the SZ-T model has only a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, whereas the SZ5’s wheel adjusts for reach and rake.
Unfortunately, the good impression created by the exterior doesn’t continue when you step inside. You can’t help but notice the swathes of hard, cheap-feeling plastic, along with some pieces of trim (the console around the gearlever and handbrake, for example) that flex in your hand. On the other hand, there are no complaints about how easy everything is to use, with most of the infotainment system's functions being operated through the central touch-screen, and the ventilation controlled by nice big buttons. We’ve only driven the SZ5 model and the driving position is fine, but it’s worth noting that the SZ-T model has only a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, whereas the SZ5’s wheel adjusts for reach and rake.

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Price range

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

Boosterjet
£5,795 to £10,495
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SZ-T
£5,995 to £8,995
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SZ5
£5,795 to £10,495
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Dualjet
£5,699 to £9,495
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SZ3
£5,699 to £9,495
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Dualjet MHEV
£7,991 to £9,499
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