Suzuki Baleno launched with Interior significantly technologyPublished by
Maruti Suzuki India has recently unveiled the 2nd generation of the overhauled Baleno model line. The new exterior features a new design vocabulary and significantly enhanced cabin technology with a large center screen, HUD, surround-view display, and car-link system. It is also powered by the K-series 1.2-liter Dualjet engine, which produces 89 hp. The 2nd generation Baleno features a new design vocabulary and significantly enhanced cabin technology. For Harga Suzuki Baleno, check the local automotive news the AutoFun for digging out.
Externally, the 2nd generation Baleno has a sharper look. The new front-end design eliminates the rounded features of its predecessor and features a wider tank guard connected to the front bumper, and the new LED headlights look more aggressive than ever. The front and rear fender stripes are deeper, with more emphasis on the shoulder line and wheelbase. At the rear, the new LED taillights are more angular and extend to the tailgate, creating a brighter visual impression with the new rear bumper. The new LED taillights at the rear are more angular and extend to the tailgate, creating an even brighter visual impression with the new rear bumper.
The new Baleno has the same Heartect platform as before, but with an updated suspension, larger 14-inch discs and enhanced NVH, it offers better comfort and handling than its predecessor. In-cabin updates are equally important, as seen in the overhauled Baleno's completely redesigned instrumentation and center console. These include a new 9-inch touchscreen with built-in Suzuki SmartPlay Pro+ infotainment system and the integration of 360-degree surround view and Suzuki Connect. The sound system includes Arcamys' Surround Sense audio system. The traditional dual-ring pointer gauge has a color information screen in the middle, and information such as speed, rpm and fuel level can be extended to the HUD head-up display.
The completely redesigned instrument cluster and center console of the revised Baleno. The redesigned air conditioning control panel and new steering wheel also give the new Baleno a more modern look. For the rear seat space, Suzuki has also enhanced the seat cushion design, added rear air vents and a USB charging port to provide a more comfortable ride for passengers. For the rear seat space, Suzuki has also enhanced the seat cushion design, new rear air vents and USB charging port to provide passengers with a more comfortable riding environment.
In terms of safety equipment, the revised Baleno is equipped with 6 airbags, ESP, Hill Assist, and passive safety such as EBD, ABS and ESP, plus seat belt reminder and high speed warning system. In the absence of ADAS, the safety equipment may not be sufficient by today's domestic market standards, but it is still important to the Indian market. Under the hood of the Baleno is a 1.2-litre K-series 1.2-litre Dualjet natural-intake engine that produces a maximum of 89 hp and 11.5 kgm of torque, with an idling system and a 5-speed manual or 5-speed AGS manual transmission.
According to Maruti Suzuki, the Baleno has a fuel consumption of over 20km/L with both transmissions, but since the previous generation Baleno did not sell much in Taiwan, and because of the impact of Taiwan's upcoming CAFE quota, the chances of introducing the new Baleno into Jinling Motors are not high.