Maruti Baleno price, variants explained

    The Maruti Baleno is available in four trim levels and gets ABS and dual airbags as standard; prices start at Rs 4.99 lakh.

    Published On Oct 26, 2015 01:10:00 PM

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    Maruti Baleno price, variants explained

    Maruti has launched its new premium hatchback, the Baleno, in India at prices starting from Rs 4.99 lakh for the base petrol and Rs 6.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base diesel model. This is the second model to be retailed from the manufacturer's premium Nexa dealerships. The premium hatchback is available in four trim levels with two choices of engines.

    Like the Maruti S-Cross premium crossover, the Maruti Baleno variants also follow the same nomenclature system  – the base Sigma trim,  two mid-level trims named Delta and Zeta and the top-spec Alpha.

    Offered in seven paint shades, the premium hatchback is powered by a 1.2-litre 83.1bhp petrol or a 1.3-litre 73.9bhp diesel engines. The diesel engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox as standard while the petrol engine is offered with a choice of a five-speed manual or a CVT gearbox.

    Here’s a look at some of the features on offer on the new Baleno.

    Maruti Baleno Sigma (Petrol: Rs 4.99 lakh; Diesel: Rs 6.16 lakh)

    • Dual front airbags
    • ABS with EBD
    • Power windows (Front only)
    • Power steering with tilt function
    • Gear shift indicator
    • Rear parcel tray
    • AC with heater
    • Central locking

    Maruti Baleno Delta (Petrol: Rs 5.71 lakh; Diesel: Rs 6.81 lakh; CVT: Rs 6.76 lakh)

    • Power windows (front and rear)
    • Rear wiper with defogger
    • AC with Climate control
    • Power folding and adjustable wing mirrors
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Steering mounted audio controls
    • 60:40 split rear seat
    • Keyless entry
    • CVT gearbox variant (Petrol only)

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    Maruti Baleno Zeta (Petrol: Rs 6.31 lakh; Diesel: Rs 7.41 lakh)

    • Leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob
    • Telescopic steering wheel
    • Automatic headlamps with follow-me-home function
    • Alloy wheels
    • Driver’s seat height adjust
    • Keyless entry and go with push button start
    • Front fog lamps

    Maruti Baleno Alpha (Petrol: Rs 7.01 lakh; Diesel: Rs 8.11 lakh)

    • Projector headlamps
    • Reverse camera
    • SmartPlay infotainment system.

    Though they are only introductory, Maruti has managed to undercut its two main rivals the Hyundai i20 and Honda Jazz in just about every variant. The petrol range goes from Rs 4.99-7.01 lakh with the CVT variant costing Rs 6.76 lakh, while the diesel range is priced at Rs 6.16-8.11 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi), which in true Maruti fashion, is great value when you factor all that the Baleno packs in.

    Maruti Baleno vs rivals prices (ex-showroom, Delhi):

    Maruti Baleno vs rivals petrol prices
    Maruti BalenoPricesHonda JazzPricesHyundai i20Prices
    SigmaRs 4.99 lakhERs 5.35 lakhEraRs 5.36 lakh
    DeltaRs 5.71 lakhSRs 5.94 lakhMagnaRs 5.90 lakh
    ZetaRs 6.31 lakhSVRs 6.49 lakhSportzRs 6.41 lakh
    AlphaRs 7.01 lakhVRs 6.84 lakhSportz(O)Rs 6.77 lakh
    Delta CVTRs 6.76 lakhVXRs 7.33 lakhAstaRs 6.99 lakh
    S CVTRs 7.03 lakhAsta(O)Rs 7.18 lakh
    V CVTRs 7.89 lakh

    Maruti Baleno vs rivals diesel prices
    Maruti BalenoPricesHonda JazzPricesHyundai i20Prices
    SigmaRs 6.16 lakhERs 6.54 lakhEraRs 6.48 lakh
    DeltaRs 6.81 lakhSRs 7.18 lakhMagnaRs 7.02 lakh
    ZetaRs 7.41 lakhSVRs 7.69 lakhSportzRs 7.56 lakh
    AlphaRs 8.11 lakhVRs 8.14 lakhSportz(O)Rs 7.88 lakh
    VXRs 8.63 lakhAstaRs 8.11 lakh
    Asta(O)Rs 8.30 lakh

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