CFAO Motors unveils the all-new Suzuki Baleno worth Sh2.7mn – Capital Business

NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 14 – CFAO Motors has unveiled its new hatchback model, the Suzuki Baleno, as it seeks to meet the growing demand for fuel-efficient vehicles in the market.

The Suzuki Baleno will be powered by a 1500cc petrol engine that delivers robust performance and fuel efficiency. It will retail at Sh2.73 million.

High fuel prices coupled with an elevated cost of living have seen most car buyers prefer smaller vehicles that don’t consume a lot of fuel.

Currently, a litre of petrol retails at Sh177 while diesel retails at Sh162.

“This model is specifically designed with the young motor enthusiast, families, and budding entrepreneur in mind due to its unique features and fuel efficiency fit for customers seeking to make bolder moves,” said CFAO Motors, Managing Director Arvinder Reel.

The new sporty and stylish model also features a 4-speed automatic transmission, 360-degree camera plus Heads Up Display, 6 airbags, LED headlights, 9inch infotainment system display, and enhanced fuel consumption of 14-17km per liter.

The vehicle will be available nationwide through CFAO Motors’ extended network of 33 branches and dealerships.

Customers are guaranteed a 3-year or 100,000km manufacturer warranty and can support vehicle purchases by receiving financing options through major financial institutions in Kenya as well as enjoy a comprehensive After Sales Service.

Since 2019, CFAO Motors has targeted the B2C segment by offering small passenger vehicles under 1500cc that are compact, fuel-efficient, and affordable to meet growing demand. They include the Toyota Starlet, Suzuki Dzire, Toyota Vitz among others.

Jay Ndungu

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