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  • Q. Which variant of Baleno is good to buy?
    Star
    Star | 3 months ago

    Though value for money is Delta, if you are someone who wants more in your car, you will end up spending more for accessories. Zeta is a better buy as only difference when i got mine was lack of display screen and projector headlamp. Got music system for 22k and prijector headlamp did not matter alot so ended up saving 60k

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  • Q. How is the suspension of Baleno?
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    Zigwheels | 12 months ago

    The ride quality of the new Baleno is far superior to any of the recent models launched by Maruti Suzuki in India. In fact, we could go so far as to say that it is probably the best. It rides with a certain poise and confidence. Due to a well-weighted steering wheel and the taut suspension set up the handling of the car is really good. The steering is light and reasonably communicative, more in tune for city use. It’s a large car, but there’s hardly any body roll or wallowing. Brakes, too, are good for their job, with ABS and EBD ensuring it stops quickly and safely.Do take the test drive of the car in order to judge the ease and comfort.

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  • Q. HOW IS SPACE AND PERFORMANCE OF BALENO?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Following are space and performance explained: -Space The front seats are large, comfortable and well bolstered. Thankfully, the driver’s seat is height-adjustable, which helps get a good driving position. In fact, the tilt and reach adjustable steering further helps this cause. The icing on the cake is the positioning of the switches and buttons, all of which are well within reach, making the cabin ergonomically sound. As desired in this segment, the cabin is spacious and there’s plenty of space at the back too. What’s most impressive is the excellent knee room for the rear seat passengers - something Maruti car buyers were always left desiring more for until now. India being a predominantly chauffeur-driven country, this will not go unnoticed. There’s a spacious boot too, with a very useable 339 litres of storage space.Performance:Despite the premium position, the Baleno has to be priced competitively in India for it to make any kind of dent in the market. So, it won't come as a surprise that the Baleno borrows the Maruti Suzuki Swift's engine to keep costs down. Not that we're complaining about it, though. The petrol engine in the Baleno is a very refined 1.2-litre VVT motor producing 85PS and 115Nm, offered with a 5-speed manual. It is also the first hatchback by Maruti Suzuki in India which comes with a CVT option. Surprisingly, the Baleno petrol CVT is only offered in the second rung Delta trim. This means it loses out on features like DRLs, chrome handles, alloys wheels, touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, TFT cluster among others. So, expect a top-spec Maruti Baleno CVT Alpha variant in the near future. The automatic or Baleno CVT is impressively quick off the line and cut out for city use, but runs out of steam on open roads. The other issue with the automatic Baleno is that, while overtaking, the engine is continuously close to the redline and the ensuing strain can be heard even inside the car. The diesel continues to be the tried and tested 1.3-litre DDiS 190 motor, good for 75PS and 190Nm. Yes, we were all expecting a 90PS oil-burner, but maybe Maruti is keeping that for a sportier variant of the Baleno which might be launched later on. For now, there’s no automatic gearbox option in diesel either. The 75PS becomes just another number, as one starts to drive the Baleno diesel. The benefits of power to weight ratio and healthy torque of 190Nm come to the rescue. It effortlessly touches the 150kmph mark and makes for a comfortable tourer. This one is more fun to drive and absolutely loves the highway.Please take a test drive of the vehicle on confirming more on performance. Click the given link and select your respected city to know your nearest dealership. https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Maruti-Suzuki

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  • Q. How is your experience with Baleno?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The Baleno which we knew as the YRA had been in speculation since a long time coming now, but no one really anticipated that it would once again attract the Baleno name tag. While people might wonder if the new car carries any of the old cars genes, let us clear that first up that the new Baleno is a completely different ballgame. The Baleno is an international model for Suzuki and is based on an all-new platform, which will underpin future Maruti models including the next generation Swift. In spite of being larger than the current Swift, the Baleno is 100kg lighter and said to be 10 per cent stronger. This not just helps it meet the stringent European safety norms, but also offers excellent power to weight ratio. The ride quality of the new Baleno is far superior to any of the recent models launched by Maruti Suzuki in India. In fact, we could go so far as to say that it is probably the best. It rides with a certain poise and confidence and seemed extremely surefooted on the highways. The steering is light and reasonably communicative, more in tune for city use. It’s a large car, but there’s hardly any body roll or wallowing. Brakes, too, are good for their job, with ABS and EBD ensuring it stops quickly and safely. We like what the new Baleno brings to the table. Its got refreshing new style, plenty of features, in fact the Baleno gets ABS, EBD and dual airbags standard across all variants, climate control, apple Carplay and the works. Yes it could do with more powerful engine options but then India is a market for high fuel efficiency numbers and the Baleno has got that covered. suggest you test drive both Maruti Baleno and Maruti Baleno RS.

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  • Q. Is Baleno Delta model good to buy? We see so many bad reviews on it.
    Prshnt200920
    Prshnt200920 | 8 months ago

    I have just got my alpha cvt and i am loving it every car has its pros and cons but if you kept kooking for that then you are not going to find a best car for you i was also confused before that but if you want a petrol engine car then blindly go for boleno as it has better milage then hundai i20 and if you are looking for diesel then go for i20 and in long term you have to look towards you cost on that car where milage comes first. you can go for delta its best for the budget and you can get upgrades later in regarding features

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  • Q. How is Maruti Baleno Delta petrol and safety wise on highway ?
    Pv
    Pv | 10 months ago

    Car may get easily damaged..but driver cabin will be safe in accidents

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    Maruti Baleno Mileage & Performance FAQs

    Q. What is the mileage of Maruti Baleno?
    A. The mileage of Maruti Baleno ranges from 21.4 kmpl to 27.39 kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Baleno Petrol Manual is 23.87 kmpl and for the Baleno Diesel Manual is 27.39 kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Baleno Petrol is 21.4 kmpl
    Q. What is the mileage of Maruti Baleno Petrol Version?
    A. The mileage of Maruti Baleno Petrol is 23.87 kmpl.
    Q. What is the mileage of Maruti Baleno Diesel Version?
    A. The mileage of Maruti Baleno Diesel is 27.39 kmpl.
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