Used Suzuki Liana Hatchback (2001 - 2007) Safety & Reliability

Review by Parkers on
Last Updated: 21 Jul 2014
Although well known for its inexpensive four-wheel-drive models, Suzuki is less renowned for its conventional cars. The Swift supermini has sold steadily but is now showing its age, the bigger Baleno was keenly priced and well equipped but sold poorly.

1.5 out of 5



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No Euro NCAP crash test results yet. It has driver and passenger airbags but Liana lacks some of the safety features now considered standard for a car in this class. ABS and side airbag on GLX only. Alarm/immobiliser on all models.

2.5 out of 5


Inherits Suzuki's rugged 4x4 pedigree with good build quality, but the interior lacks the premium feel of a Ford Focus or Peugeot 307.

Car check problem points


Parking/city damage.


Proven units are generally reliable, but service intervals are short.


Interior trim is a bit flimsy.