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Now Pay More For The Baleno Diesel And RS


Diesel variants of the premium hatchback have received a price hike in the range of Rs 12,000 to Rs 19,500

 

  • Baleno RS gets a price hike of Rs 13,000; now retails for Rs 8.9 lakh (ex-showroom).
  • 1.3-litre diesel engine and 1.0-litre turbo-petrol yet to receive BSVI update.
  • Diesel variants set to be discontinued post April 2020.

 After introducing BSVI-compliant petrol-powered versions of the Baleno earlier this week, Maruti Suzuki has now hiked the prices of the premium hatchback’s diesel variants. The sporty Baleno RS too has received a price revision. Have a look at the revised prices below.

  Old New Difference
Baleno RS Petrol Rs 8,76,000 Rs 8,88,913 Rs 12,913
Baleno Diesel Sigma Rs 66,13,11 Rs 6,73,611 Rs 12,300
Baleno Diesel Delta Rs 7,32,122 Rs 7,51,621 Rs 19,499
Baleno Diesel Zeta Rs 8,00,621 Rs 8,12,921 Rs 12,300
Baleno Diesel Alpha Rs 8,60,921 Rs 8,73,221 Rs 12,300

The diesel-powered variants of the Baleno have received a price hike in the range of Rs 12.000 to Rs 19,500. The Baleno RS, on the other hand, gets a hike of almost Rs 13,000. The premium hatchback was given a BSVI-compliant version of the 1.2-litre K12B petrol engine earlier this week. Along with it, the company also added another BSVI-compliant engine - a 1.2-litre DualJet Smart Hybrid petrol - to the Baleno’s engine lineup. However, the new engine is only available with the lower Delta and Zeta variants of the hatchback. What’s more, it’s only offered with a manual gearbox for now.

 
  Baleno 1.2 VVT BSVI
Baleno DDiS (Updated Prices)
Sigma Rs 5.58 lakh Rs 6.73 lakh
Delta Rs 6.36 lakh Rs 7.51 lakh
Zeta Rs 6.97 lakh Rs 8.12 lakh
Alpha Rs 7.58 lakh Rs 8.73 lakh

With the latest price revision, the premium between K-Series petrol and corresponding diesel variants is now back to what it was before. Maruti Suzuki has also announced that it will pull the plug on the 1.3-litre diesel variants of the Baleno in April 2020.

 




 
The homegrown carmaker has also confirmed that they will not upgrade any of its existing diesel engines to meet BSVI emission regulations. To put it simply, the carmaker plans to phase out diesel engines by April 2020. 

 

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