Maruti Suzuki Baleno facelift

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Maruti Suzuki's Nexa dealership chain has started accepting bookings for the Baleno facelift, with the The booking amount being Rs 11,000. The Nexa app is now showing the colour options and trim levels the refreshed Baleno will be available with; interestingly, there are two new colour options - Metallic Magma Grey and Pearl Phoenix Red.


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The new Baleno will get a new front bumper and grille, along with a new alloy wheel design. On the inside, there will be minor tweaks on the dashboard and seat fabric. You can find more info here: 

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Maruti Suzuki has launched the Baleno facelift, with prices starting at Rs 5.45 lakh.

Here's the quick comparison of the prices of the old vs new model:

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The Baleno facelift gets a new front bumper, a 3D design for the grille, LED projector headlights with DRLs (which are standard from the Delta variant onwards) and new dual-tone 16-inch alloy wheels. Inside, it gets a dual-tone black-and-blue interior colour scheme, and the new SmartPlay Studio infotainment system with a 7.0-inch touchscreen. 

For more info you can head here:

Came across a walkaround video showing the car inside and out!


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Maruti Suzuki has revealed what the updated Baleno RS will look like. It will receive a revised front-end with a new bumper, new fog lamp housings, a large airdam and a new design for the alloy wheels. Inside, it will likely feature a new interior colour scheme, along with Maruti’s new SmartPlay infotainment system.

You can find more info here:



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First walkaround of the facelifted Baleno RS (priced at Rs 8.76 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi) that I've come across ... 

Updates include a redesigned front fascia with a larger grille and a new bumper with prominent central air dam flanked by large faux-vents housing the fog-lamps and a chin spoiler + new alloy wheels

Under the hood, the 102hp, 998cc, three-cylinder Boosterjet powerplant from the pre-facelift model carries forward unchanged. The unit continues to be paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard with no automatic gearbox option. Stopping power is provided by disc brakes on all four wheels. As for the interior, it looks like the Baleno RS gets an all-black cabin with some silver/grey accents


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The Baleno has been launched with two BS-VI-compliant petrol engine options – the new 1.2-litre K12C DualJet with the Smart Hybrid system, and the existing 1.2-litre K12B petrol, which has been upgraded to meet the more stringent emission norms. This means the existing 1.2-litre K12B engine variants are now more expensive by Rs 13,000-20,000, while the DualJet Smart Hybrid variants cost a substantial Rs 89,000 more than the equivalent K12B variants.

You can head here for more info:


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Suzuki has unveiled a slightly rugged-looking version of the Baleno called the Baleno Cross for international markets. Do you think it should come to India? Check out more pics that have been attached below and feel free to share your opinions below.










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