Suzuki Baleno Kenya: Reviews, Price, Specifications, Import

The Suzuki Baleno is one of the few passenger cars from the Japanese manufacturer and was Suzuki’s first attempt at mainstream car production.  It’s available as a hatchback and sedan. It came into production in 1995 as the Cultus Crescent and has undergone significant transformation over the years. The Suzuki Baleno is a good-looking car with classy headlights and taillights that complement is sporty look. On the inside, the cabin features a clean and simple dashboard, fabric seats and touchscreen infotainment. Its large windscreen offers great visibility for the driver and adds a spacious feel to the cabin. Finally, the ample boot space both for the sedan and hatchback offers practicability that’s highly desired for modern city life. Generations First Generation (1995-2002)

Suzuki Swift Kenya: Reviews, Price, Specifications, Import

The Suzuki Swift can be considered a bigger and better version of the Suzuki Alto. It has a stylish, sporty body that complements its powerful performance capabilities.  As the Kenyan market opens up to a wider variety of cars, the Swift has established itself as an affordable yet efficient hatchback that rivals the likes of Nissan March, Toyota Passo, and The Mini Cooper. Additionally, thanks to its sporty design, the Suzuki Swift appeals to both men and women contrary to other small vehicles that are viewed as more feminine. Since its introduction to the market in 2000, this car hit the ground running and has received significant improvements both in design and performance over the years. Generations First Generation (2000-2004) This generation was powered by Suzuki’s new inline-four gasoline engines. It was available in 1.3- and 1.5-litres, 5-speed manual transmission, or an optional 4-speed…