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Maruti Suzuki Baleno

Maruti Suzuki Baleno

6.61 - 9.88 Lakh
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Maruti Suzuki Baleno Overview

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Fuel Type

Petrol/ Petrol+CNG

Transmission-icon

Transmission

Manual/ AMT

Mileage-icon

Mileage

22.4 - 22.9 KM/L

Tank Capacity-icon

Tank Capacity

37.0 L

Seating-icon

Seating

5 Seater

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Airbags

Yes

Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine choices, fuel efficiency, torque, power, transmission, dimensions, and trunk capacity. Additionally, gain insights into the car's advanced safety features and infotainment system.

Engine CC

1197 CC

Fuel

Petrol, Petrol+CNG

Mileage

22.4 - 22.9 KM/L

Max Torque

98,113 Nm

Max Power

76,89 bhp

Transmission

Manual, AMT

Length/Width/Height

3990 mm /1745 mm /1500 mm

Boot Space

318 L

  • c&b iconProjector Headlamps With Led Daytime Running Lamps
  • c&b iconGrille
  • c&b iconInterior
  • c&b iconUV Cut Glass
  • c&b iconDual Front Airbags
  • c&b icon360 View Camera
  • c&b iconHigh speed alert system
  • c&b iconSeatbelt Pre Tensioner/Force Limiter
  • c&b iconISOFIX anchorages

What's New?

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno is a premium hatchback produced by the Indian car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki. It was first introduced in 2015 and has since become one of the best-selling hatchbacks in India. The Baleno features a modern design and is equipped with a range of advanced features. It is available with a choice of two engine options - a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.3-litre diesel - with manual and automatic transmission options. The hatchback comes loaded with features like a touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, rear parking camera, and multiple airbags for enhanced safety. The Baleno is known for its spacious cabin, fuel efficiency, and reliable performance, making it a popular choice among buyers in the Indian market.

Key Highlights:

Ex Showroom Price

From ₹ 6.61 Lakh Onward

Seating Capacity

5

Mileage

22-31 KM/L

Transmission

Automatic

Boot Space

318L

Class

Hatchback

Fuel Capacity

37 L

Base Model

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Sigma

Top Model

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Alpha AMT

Similar Models

Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz, Toyota Glanza

Expert Review on Maruti Suzuki Baleno

8.2
c&b expert Rating
safety
8.8
comfort
8.5
styling
7.5
merit or usp
8.3
significance
9.0
value for money
7.8

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Pros

  • Modern Design
  • Tech-Loaded Cabin
  • Improved Ride Quality
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Cons

  • Lack Of A Diesel Engine 
  • Amt Unit Lacks Refinement
  • Boot Space
Verdict

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno has crossed many a milestone in its successful journey in the market. The new Baleno has a wide range of new features. While a different Auto gearbox has taken some of the spirit away it'll appeal to the money conscious. So, it really hasn't remained true to the premium tag! But it is all the tech that has really made the Baleno a car for the present and even the future, one that is more than capable of taking on its popular rivals.


Maruti Suzuki Baleno

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno has always been a popular premium hatchback car. The 2022 version takes things up a notch, offering the same value proposition with a design facelift, new body panels, revamped interiors, and more kit.

The shape and stance of the 2022 Baleno remain the same, although it gets all-new body panels with a wider and flatter bonnet and a bigger grille. There is a sizable chrome element now at the bottom of the grille, while the lower bumper looks more sculpted with new LED fog lamps as well. The new LED headlamps are the biggest differentiator from the previous version, with the signature NEXA three-block DRLs (daytime running lamps). These are wider at the bottom, while sweeping into the fenders in front like the earlier model. The nose of the car looks wider and more balanced and the same design play is visible at the back, with the LED tail lights flowing into the tailgate.

The rear bumper is on the taller side, giving you a comparatively higher luggage loading lip. The boot space is however impressive at 318 litres. There is generous chrome treatment with strips under the windows while the 16-inch dual-tone precision-cut alloys look the part. The car is slightly lower and shorter now, although this is hardly noticeable. All said and done, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno continues to be a looker.

The interiors have undergone a transformation in the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno with a soothing dashboard layout, using dark grey and blue elements, with hints of piano black and light grey here and there. The flat-bottom steering has a sportier touch to it, and may have been sourced from the Maruti Suzuki Swift. The analogue dials are user-friendly and get the job done perfectly. The new touch screen infotainment unit of 9 inches is a smooth touch while some design components look to be inspired by premier models. These include the speaker grilles which are clearly Audi-inspired, and the BMW like central air conditioning vents.

The interiors are high on the quality index, with a neat leatherette steering wheel, nice elbow rests, and high-quality plastics. There are backlit and toggle-like air conditioning controls. However, the knitted roof liner is a slight downer in the entire package. The door pockets are generously sized and so is the glovebox. There is good central console storage with large cup holders and even a small bin tucked under the armrest.

The seats feel nice with the front seats offering great shoulder and lateral support. The seats offer more softness and comfort, especially at the rear, along with great lateral and under-thigh support alike. Space is great at the back while tall passengers can enjoy more headroom as well. The rear armrest feels like a miss here. However, rear AC Vents and a couple of USB ports are good additions, while the front gets the standard charging USB and a 12V power socket.

The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno gets the 9 inch touch screen infotainment system which is a step-up from the past. It offers the SmartPlay Pro+ setup for the top-end Alpha model, while the lower variants have the 7 inch touch screen unit. The Zeta unit has more SmartPlay Pro software applications, while the Delta variant has the older SmartPlay Studio interface. The Pro+ applications are updated with connected car technologies via a partner application, voice commands, Amazon Alexa integration, and more. There is an Arkamys six-speaker audio unit with several presets and more. The 360-degree camera is a segment-first addition, along with the HUD (heads-up display).

There is automatic climate control, automatic headlamps, automatic-folding mirrors, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, color MID and trip computer, and rear wash and wiper, along with keyless entry, and cruise control. A cooled glovebox, tyre pressure indicator, sunroof, wireless phone charging, and the sunroof are key misses here.

The Baleno uses a new avatar of the K12C petrol engine that is now known as the K12N. This does not keep the mild-hybrid setup, but makes the same 90 HP and 113 Nm of maximum torque. The CVT automatic option is no longer there, with the new 5-speed AMT being brought into the mix. This has enhanced fuel economy to the claimed 22.94 kmpl, while lowering overall emissions as well. The K12N is a peppy engine, although the mid-range is slightly weaker right before you hit 2000 RPM.

However, maintain your revs, and it springs back into action around the 4000 RPM mark. City cruising is also fine at lower revs. Refinement is high for the engine and the five-speed manual gets the hydraulic clutch. The gearbox is smooth and the throws feel nice. Going back to AMT from CVT does feel like a step back with regard to the overall smoothness of the car. However, the AMT works neatly with minimal hesitation levels.

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno offers a refined and pleasurable driving experience. It feels well-planted, with its new suspension ensuring a better drive. There are new torsion beams at the back and rear springs, along with higher travel of 20 mm and the damping has been recalibrated as well. The driving experience is naturally more refined than before. However, there is still that stiffer feeling at times, especially when you get onto a bad pothole. The ride is softer than earlier and is good at lower speeds. Highway speeds are otherwise manageable although there is some back-seat bouncing and pitching.

The new steering makes handling a lot easier. The new version has more weight while being lighter at lower speeds. High-speed body control has also improved considerably with minimal body roll while cornering. The Baleno can work extremely well as your city runabout. It can now take bumps and potholes better as well. Yet, there is that floating aspect sometimes at higher speeds.

The Baleno's mileage figures stand at 22.35 kmpl for the manual version and 22.94 kmpl for the automatic option.

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno gets several safety features, including six airbags for the top-end variants. The 360-degree camera is a good feature in this context, along with the ISOFIX child-seat mounts. These are standard features for all trims along with dual airbags. ESP and hill hold are available for the AMT variants and the Alpha manual variant as well. Rear passengers have lap belts, although three-point belts will soon become compulsory. The base Sigma variant has basic safety equipment, although the other variants are reasonably equipped. Seatbelt and speed warnings, along with rear parking sensors make up the safety equipment list.

The mid level trims or top-trims are ideal with the manual gearbox options for their drivability, performance, and refinement levels. The AGS automatic gearbox is still not as compelling as the CVT option, although the latter did have its niggles. The Zeta and Alpha variants have the best safety features, including six airbags. The automatic variant is not all that costly as compared to the manual variant. The Zeta variant is the right mix of good value and features. This is a variant worth considering. For a little more, there is the Alpha variant which has the 360-degree camera, HUD, cruise control, tinted windows, auto-dimming inside mirror, dual-tone alloys, and the 9-inch touch screen. If you want a better experience, you can go for the Alpha variant. However, the Zeta still ticks most of the boxes.

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno takes on rivals like the Hyundai elite i20, Tata Altroz, and the Honda Jazz in the category. It offers more value since the i20 is costlier. The Baleno is not the biggest car in the segment. The widest is the i20 and it also has the longest wheelbase. The Jazz is the tallest and has the biggest boot in the segment.

The Baleno is the only one to offer only-petrol choices along with the Honda Jazz. The others have a couple of engine options at least. The petrol engine of the Baleno has the most power in the category and the car also offers better fuel economy than its rivals. Only the Tata Altroz is more affordable in the segment. Hence, the Baleno makes for a compelling case overall.

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno pretty much covers everything that a buyer in the segment would desire. It gets a more refined engine, better ride quality, enhanced safety features, and more technology additions. The cabin is spacious, while the price point feels just right. Design-wise, it has all the ingredients to be a head-turner on the road. Agreed, the AMT option may not suit everyone or there could have been a few more features. Or the design could have been radically revamped rather than retaining the same stance. But the car is still new in several aspects and Maruti Suzuki has got the value-proposition down.

Also, check out - 2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno Review: Manual & Automatic Driven

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Price List (Variant Wise)

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Ex-Showroom price ranges from ₹ 6.61 to 9.88 Lakh. Maruti Suzuki offers Baleno in 9 variants. The top variant of Baleno is Alpha AGS Petrol and the base variant is Sigma Petrol.

Variants

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Baleno Sigma Petrol
Starts at
₹ 6.61 Lakh
Petrol, 22.4 KM/L, Manual
Baleno Delta Petrol
Starts at
₹ 7.45 Lakh
Petrol, 22.4 KM/L, Manual
Baleno Delta AGS Petrol
Starts at
₹ 8 Lakh
Petrol, 22.9 KM/L, Automatic
Baleno Zeta Petrol
Starts at
₹ 8.38 Lakh
Petrol, 22.4 KM/L, Manual
Baleno Zeta AGS Petrol
Starts at
₹ 8.93 Lakh
Petrol, 22.9 KM/L, Automatic
Baleno Alpha Petrol
Starts at
₹ 9.33 Lakh
Petrol, 22.4 KM/L, Manual
Baleno Alpha AGS Petrol
Starts at
₹ 9.88 Lakh
Petrol, 22.9 KM/L, Automatic

Variants

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Baleno Delta CNG
Starts at
₹ 8.35 Lakh
Petrol+CNG, 22.4 KM/L, Manual
Baleno Zeta CNG
Starts at
₹ 9.28 Lakh
Petrol+CNG, 22.4 KM/L, Manual

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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 6.61 L

Loan Amount

6.61 L

66100

661000

Duration (5 years)

5 years

EMI ₹ 13,721
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Maruti Suzuki Baleno On-Road Price in India

Explore Maruti Suzuki Baleno pricing in India's major cities. The Maruti Suzuki Baleno is priced between ₹ 6.61 to 9.88 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 7,24,785
Mumbai₹ 7,51,225
Bangalore₹ 7,71,055
Hyderabad₹ 7,38,005
Chennai₹ 7,64,445
Kolkata₹ 7,01,265
Pune₹ 7,51,225
Mysore₹ 7,70,689
Chandigarh₹ 7,44,249
Ahmedabad₹ 7,18,175
Lucknow₹ 7,31,029
Allahabad₹ 7,31,029
Agra₹ 7,31,029
Jaipur₹ 7,31,029
Bhubaneswar₹ 7,31,029

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Mileage

22.90
KM/L
66 %
Better mileage than otherHatchback
37.0 L Fuel Tank Capacity

What is the fuel efficiency of Maruti Suzuki Baleno

Maruti Suzuki Baleno mileage is 22.4 to 22.9 KM/L as per ARAI The AMT Petrol engine has a mileage of 22.9 KM/L. The Manual Petrol engine has a mileage of 22.4 KM/L. The Manual Petrol+CNG engine has a mileage of 22.4 KM/L.

Mileage By Fuel Type

Fuel Type
Transmission
Mileage
PetrolAMT22.9 KM/L
PetrolManual22.4 KM/L
Petrol+CNGManual22.4 KM/L
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About Maruti Suzuki Baleno

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno is a premium hatchback produced by the Indian car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki. It was first introduced in 2015 and has since become one of the best-selling hatchbacks in India. The Baleno features a modern design and is equipped with a range of advanced features. It is available with a choice of two engine options - a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.3-litre diesel - with manual and automatic transmission options. The hatchback comes loaded with features like a touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, rear parking camera, and multiple airbags for enhanced safety. The Baleno is known for its spacious cabin, fuel efficiency, and reliable performance, making it a popular choice among buyers in the Indian market.

Key Highlights:

Ex Showroom Price

From ₹ 6.61 Lakh Onward

Seating Capacity

5

Mileage

22-31 KM/L

Transmission

Automatic

Boot Space

318L

Class

Hatchback

Fuel Capacity

37 L

Base Model

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Sigma

Top Model

Maruti Suzuki Baleno Alpha AMT

Similar Models

Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz, Toyota Glanza

Baleno Colour Options

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Maruti Suzuki Baleno is available in 6 different colors namely Luxe Beige, Opulent Red, Grandeur Grey, Splendid Silver, Celestial Blue & Pearl Arctic White.

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Maruti Suzuki Baleno
Maruti Suzuki Baleno
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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 6.61 - 9.88 Lakh₹ 6.6 - 10.74 Lakh₹ 6 - 8.84 Lakh₹ 6.7 - 8.11 Lakh₹ 6.81 - 9.73 Lakh₹ 6.99 - 9.53 Lakh
C&B Expert Rating
8.2
8.8
8.0
8.3
7.7
8.2
Engine
1197 cc1199 CC1197 CC1199 CC1197 CC1197 CC
Transmission
Manual, AMTManualManualManualManualManual
Mileage
22.4 - 22.9 KM/L19.05 - 25.11 KM/L22 - 30 KM/L23.84 - 26.49 KM/L22.35 - 22.94 KM/L19.65 - 20.35 KM/L
Fuel Type
Petrol, Petrol+CNGDiesel, Petrol, CNGPetrol, CNGPetrol, CNGPetrol, CNGPetrol
Seating Capacity
5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater5 Seater
Fuel Tank Capacity
37.0 L37.0 L37.0 L35.0 L37.0 L37.0 L
No of Variants
9369588
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  • The heartbeat of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno resonates through a four-cylinder petrol engine, signifying a harmonious blend of power and efficiency. With a robust 1997 cc displacement, this engine unleashes a commanding performance, generating 90 horsepower and an impressive 113 Nm of torque. This formidable powerplant is a testament to Maruti's commitment to delivering a thrilling driving experience.

    The Baleno provides drivers with the freedom to choose their preferred transmission style, offering both 5-speed manual and automatic (CVT) options. This versatility ensures that whether you relish the hands-on engagement of manual shifting or prefer the smooth and effortless experience of automatic transmission, the Baleno caters to your driving preferences.

    In the quest for fuel efficiency , the Baleno emerges as a commendable contender. With mileage figures ranging from 22.35 kmpl to 30.61 km/kg, depending on the variant, it not only promises spirited drives but also economic and eco-friendly journeys. The Baleno becomes a fuel-efficient companion, translating its performance capabilities into an efficient and sustainable driving experience.

    As for its prowess on the road, the Baleno commands speeds of 170-180 kmph, showcasing its capability to navigate highways with grace and confidence. In essence, the Maruti Baleno's four-cylinder engine stands as a testament to the brand's commitment to delivering a driving marvel that excels in power, efficiency, and versatility.

  • The Maruti Suzuki Baleno , while not classified as a luxury car in the traditional sense, stands out as a premium hatchback that has carved a significant niche for itself in its segment. This distinction is crucial in understanding the vehicle's positioning in the market. Luxury cars are typically characterized by their high-end features, superior comfort, exceptional performance, and often, a steep price tag. They cater to a segment that prioritizes exclusivity and status symbols. The Baleno, however, diverges from this path and is more accurately described as a premium hatchback, a category that blends higher-end features and quality with practicality and affordability.

    Despite not being a Luxury cars , the Baleno brings immense brand value to its segment, competing effectively with other top-tier offerings such as the Hyundai i20 Nios. It distinguishes itself through a well-curated array of features that elevate the driving experience while maintaining a balance with cost-effectiveness. For instance, the Baleno is equipped with the SmartPlay Pro+ infotainment unit, a sophisticated system that offers advanced connectivity and entertainment options. This feature is a testament to Maruti Suzuki's commitment to integrating contemporary technology into their vehicles.

    Additionally, the Baleno is fitted with a 360-degree camera, enhancing safety and convenience, particularly in urban driving conditions where maneuvering in tight spaces can be challenging. This feature, commonly found in higher-end vehicles, underscores the Baleno's premium positioning.

    The vehicle also includes a hill hold assist, a function that prevents the car from rolling back on steep inclines, and a speed alert system, ensuring adherence to speed limits. Furthermore, the inclusion of Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and six airbags demonstrates a strong focus on safety, aligning with features often found in luxury vehicles.

    Another notable feature is the head-up display, which projects important information like speed and navigation prompts onto the windshield, allowing the driver to keep their eyes on the road. This kind of technology is a nod toward more advanced, luxury-focused automotive trends.

  • The Maruti Suzuki Baleno stands out as an excellent choice for a small family, particularly one comprising around four members. Its design and features cater to the needs of family-oriented consumers, striking a fine balance between comfort, space, efficiency, and safety, which are key considerations for any family vehicle.

    One of the primary advantages of the Baleno for family use is its comfortable seating. The car's interior is thoughtfully designed to ensure comfort during both short commutes and longer journeys, an aspect that is especially important for families with young children or elderly members. Additionally, the Baleno offers sufficient space in the rear, a feature that is highly appreciated in family cars . This space can accommodate children’s car seats, provide ample legroom for adult passengers, and also handle the assorted paraphernalia that often accompanies family outings, such as strollers, sports equipment, or shopping bags.

    fuel efficiency is another critical factor for family cars, and here the Baleno excels with impressive mileage figures ranging between 22.35 kmpl to 30.61 km/kg, depending on the model and fuel type. These figures indicate that the Baleno is an economical choice, particularly beneficial for families who frequently travel or those who are conscious of running costs. The lower fuel consumption translates to reduced expenses on long trips, making it an ideal vehicle for family vacations or regular highway travel.

    Safety is paramount in any family vehicle, and the Maruti Suzuki Baleno is well-equipped in this regard. It features an array of safety technologies including Electronic Stability Program (ESP), six airbags, hill hold assist, and a 360-degree view camera. These features collectively enhance the safety of the vehicle, providing peace of mind for parents and guardians. Additionally, the presence of Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) ensures better control in emergency braking situations, further contributing to the vehicle's overall safety. The inclusion of ISOFIX child seat mounts is another thoughtful addition, ensuring that young children can be securely and safely fastened.

  • The Maruti Suzuki Baleno , particularly in its most recent iteration, has undergone considerable enhancements to bolster its high-speed stability, marking a significant improvement over its predecessors. This progress is particularly noteworthy for a car in its segment, which is primarily designed for efficiency and urban practicality. However, despite these improvements, it's crucial to understand the intrinsic characteristics of the Baleno. As a relatively lightweight vehicle, it inherently possesses certain limitations when it comes to stability at higher speeds.

    When the vehicle's speedometer climbs beyond 120 kmph, drivers may begin to notice a decrease in stability. This sensation of jitteriness is not uncommon in lighter vehicles and can be a point of concern for those who frequently travel at high speeds or require a car with steadfast high-speed performance. The Baleno's light frame, while advantageous in terms of fuel efficiency and agility, particularly in city driving, does mean that it may not be the ideal choice for those prioritizing high-speed stability above all else.

    Under its hood, the Baleno is equipped with a 1.2-liter engine, capable of delivering 90 horsepower and 113 Nm of maximum torque. These figures are quite competitive, providing the car with a top speed of around 170-180 kmph. This performance capability, coupled with the choice between 5-speed manual and automatic transmissions, makes the Baleno a versatile option for a range of drivers with varying preferences and driving conditions.

    Despite its capabilities, potential buyers need to consider their primary use case when considering the Baleno. If the majority of driving will be done in urban settings where agility and efficiency are paramount, the Baleno shines brightly. However, for those who often travel on highways or at higher speeds, the car's lightweight nature and the resulting stability at such speeds should be a critical factor in the decision-making process. In essence, while the Baleno offers a lot in terms of technology, comfort, and efficiency, understanding its performance at high speeds is crucial to making an informed purchase.

  • The assessment of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno 's build quality is a mixed bag, with varying opinions among owners and experts alike. While many owners find the build quality to be decent, there's a significant portion that considers it to be average. One of the prominent concerns raised by experts and some owners is the car's overtly lightweight construction, which can lead to certain drawbacks. Specifically, the lightweight body can result in a sensation of swaying or instability at higher speeds, which may not be as pronounced in heavier or sturdier vehicles. However, it's important to note that the 2022 facelift of the Baleno seems to address some of these concerns. Reports suggest that this updated version has been designed to meet stringent safety standards, potentially earning it a 5-star rating in Global NCAP crash tests. This signifies an improvement in structural integrity and safety measures, which could enhance the overall perception of Baleno's build quality and reassure potential buyers regarding its safety features and crashworthiness. Ultimately, opinions on the Baleno's build quality may vary, but the 2022 facelift reflects a commitment to improving safety and structural integrity, addressing some of the concerns associated with its earlier models.
  • Certainly, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno is outfitted with an anti-lock braking system (ABS), an integral safety feature in modern vehicles. ABS plays a crucial role in enhancing braking performance and maintaining control in emergency braking situations. When the driver applies the brakes forcefully, ABS steps in to prevent the wheels from locking up, which, in turn, prevents skidding and maintains steering control. This technology works by continually monitoring wheel speed and, if it detects the potential for wheel lockup, it modulates brake pressure rapidly and automatically, allowing the tires to maintain traction with the road surface. The result is a more controlled and effective braking process, reducing the risk of accidents, particularly in slippery or adverse road conditions. The presence of ABS in the Maruti Suzuki Baleno is a significant safety feature, providing drivers with added confidence and peace of mind when it comes to braking performance and contributing to overall road safety and accident prevention.

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