In the current market, pre-owned or used Suzuki Baleno Hatchback are sold at various prices and are still considered expensive for the size of a car that has been around for 5 years.
Autos.id – Since last August 2022, the Suzuki Baleno Hatchback has undergone a very significant appearance. Even though Suzuki calls this car a facelift, the changes presented are classified as very thorough, which really makes it worthy of being called a new generation or All-New.
Even though the latest version is available, actually the older version sold from 2017 to 2022 is still an attractive option to choose from.
In essence, the brand new Suzuki Baleno present at GIIAS 2022 is a second, more complete restyling. Previously, in 2019, the Suzuki Baleno Hatchback also presented the first restyling with basically minor changes.
Changes such as a new grille, wheels with a new design, modified lighting technology and some pioneering changes in the interior.
Make your own engine on units sold from 2017 to 2022 that still use the 1400cc K14B engine from the first generation Ertiga.
Second price Suzuki Baleno Hatchback
By tracking Autos.id in various online marketplaces on Friday (27/1/2023), second Suzuki Baleno Hatchback from 2017 to 2019 starts at IDR 140 million to IDR 190 million.
For 2019 only, the price is between IDR 180 million and IDR 190 million depending on the conditions and broadcast options chosen.
What about the Facelift version of the Baleno Hatchback which will be marketed at the end of 2019 until mid-2022? The price is also relatively stable.
Even if you find condition still like a new car and a year like 2021 or 2022.
So the price could go up to 200 million more. The completeness of this facelift version covers some of the weaknesses of the Pre-Facelift version that many users have complained about.
Suzuki Baleno Hatchback in its latest version has undergone very significant changes. Starting from the exterior design, interior, to different features which also have significant changes. The new engine has a displacement of 1,500 cc with the code K15B from the latest generation of Ertiga.
So, for those of you who really love the Suzuki Baleno Hatchback, which version will you choose? Is the first version from 2017 to 2022 the second or buy the latest version?