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The Suzuki Esteem was manufactured by Suzuki Motor Corporation and it was the name of the Suzuki Cultus Crescent used for exports to European countries, and as Suzuki Baleno to market in Australia and Asian nations. In India it was known as Maruti Baleno and was manufactured by the Indian subsidiary. The car was introduced at a time when the VW Golf, Opel Astra, Toyota corolla, Nissan Sunny and sentra were dominating the market in the compact segment.  It replaced the Suzuki Swift Sedan in the North America and it was based on the Suzuki Cultus stretched platform for improving cabin space and rest of the car’s specifications remained the same. The Suzuki Esteem was originally introduced as a 4-door sedan and 3-door hatchback with 1.6 L and 1.3 L engines producing 98hp and 85hp respectively. In 1996 the Esteem Wagon was introduced to expand the line up and it was offered the same 1.6 L but larger body variants and optional 4-wheel-drive. In 1999 the Suzuki Esteem/Baleno was given a makeover and new front grille and headlamps were added. Esteem was replaced by Aerio/Liana in most markets after 2001. However esteem continued to be available to India, South Asian market till 2007. 

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