Maruti Suzuki Nexa stores have begun taking reservations for the new Baleno, which will be on sale in February. While booking amounts vary by dealer, there is a feeling of enthusiasm among Nexa stores as the new Baleno is their first major launch after a significant break. According to a few dealers, the launch would take place around February 20, 2022. The new Baleno production has already begun at the Gujarat factory.
While much about the new Baleno is previously known, here are some key details about the next premium hatchback that will be marketed through Maruti Nexa dealerships. As previously stated, the new Baleno will be available in a variety of versions and exterior paint colors, however, a complete feature list has yet to be released. Here’s all we know about the impending Maruti Suzuki Baleno 2022.
Maruti Baleno Exterior Design
As previously verified by leaked photographs, practically all body panels of the 2022 Baleno appear to have been changed, and when viewed from the front, the car appears broader than its predecessor.
From the front, the new Baleno has L-shaped wraparound headlights with LED daytime running lights and projector setups depending on the model. The hood appears to be flatter, yet it retains its clamshell form. The new grille has a “smiley aspect” and is significantly bigger.
Maruti Baleno Interior
The 2022 Baleno will get a totally upgraded dashboard with an unattached infotainment screen becoming the dominant focal point. The infotainment framework will be overhauled and will likewise include remote Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, among others.
Maruti Suzuki will offer a front and center console unit, or HUD, on the new Baleno. The framework isn’t probably going to be pretty much as customizable as the ones on extravagance vehicles, however, there will in any case be a considerable measure of helpful set-up that will be feasible to the presentation.
The new Baleno is relied upon to be kept on being fueled by two 1.2-liter petroleum motors – one delivering 83hp and another creating 90hp with 12V gentle half and half innovation – and these are relied upon to be continued with no guarantees. There are discussions about a full-half breed form of the vehicle; be that as it may, we don’t anticipate that it should be presented with this update.
While the manual gearbox is likewise expected to be conveyed forward, Maruti is probably going to supplant the current Baleno’s CVT unit with an AMT unit, for example, in the Swift.
Tata Altroz, Hyundai i20, Honda Jazz, Toyota Glanza, and Volkswagen Polo are among the Baleno’s competitors.