Columbia got a Suzuki Baleno Cross (Maruti Baleno Cross), manufactured in India. The new luxury hatchback, which translates to INR 9,11,538.36, is priced at COP 49,990,000.
The Suzuki Baleno Cross features roof bars, side moldings, and mudguards for added practicality and safety, as well as a crossover style.
The Suzuki Baleno Cross is essentially a Suzuki Baleno which accessorized. It features roof bars, side moldings, and mudguards for improved comfort and safety. With a crossover styling. Unlike the standard hatchback. So, it’s 3,995 mm long and 1,745 mm wide, respectively. It is 35 mm longer and 1.505 mm thick.
It is worth remembering that the Suzuki Baleno Cross is based on the Suzuki Baleno facelift. Not the Suzuki Baleno pre-facelift which offered in Columbia as the Suzuki Baleno Respect. So, implicitly the Cross model signals the launch of the country’s facelifted sub-compact hatchback.
The Cross model features a new upper grille. With new lower grille, repositioned fog lights, updated front bumper, updated alloy wheels, and new upholstery. In addition to the roof bars, mudguards, and side moldings.
The same old K14B engine lies under the hood. However, it produces 95 HP(-1 HP) at 6,000 rpm and a torque of 130 Nm at 4,000 rpm.
With a basic5-speed manual transmission. An optional4-speed automatic transmission, this 1,4-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine sold.
The Suzuki Baleno Cross is based on the Suzuki Baleno facelifted design launched last year.
The Suzuki Baleno Cross is available in a standard’ GL’ trim with features such as halogen projector headlamps. Electrically adjustable ORVMs. With 16-inch alloy wheels. Height-adjustable driver’s seat and steering wheel. Also, a 4-speaker audio system and 2 tweeters. And one-touch driver window control controls.
How doesn’t Maruti have to market it in India?
Suzuki has come up and shocked us all. In the Colombian market, Suzuki introduced the Baleno Cross. You read it right. A Cross in Baleno. A substance that hasn’t even been talked or spied before.
Although it just seems to be a one-off for that market. The fact that this Baleno Cross manufactured in India can not overlook. In India Suzuki produces the Baleno and exports it to other nations. This explains why the Baleno was released in India although it was first exhibited internationally in 2015.