Maruti Suzuki cars are not known for the quality of construction. However, this single accident could change your view of the safety of Baleno.
This is the story of a high-speed Maruti Baleno who crashed while keeping passengers safe. Today, Maruti cars are known as low-security cars. We have seen such cases before. However, this time there is good news for the owners of the best-selling premium hatchbacks in the country. These days, people take the safety ratings of new cars seriously. This will influence their car purchase decisions, which is great news to improve road safety. Made in India, Baleno recently earned 0 stars in the Latin NCAP. Let’s see what happened.
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Baleno fell at high speed
The photos show Gaurav Mishra’s post on the Baleno Owners Club on Facebook. He says he was involved in a crash in his Baleno at a speed of 120 km / h. Visuals indicate that the front right side of the car was severely damaged. The bumper and right-hand drive seem to have had a big impact. The driver survived the blow. Airbags have been opened to rescue passengers. He is confident in the design quality of the hatchback. This is a great example of how car safety equipment can sometimes save lives, and it’s a great reason to invest in a car with maximum safety features.
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Maruti Baleno in the usual version is 83 hp. and 113 Nm and 88 hp in the smart hybrid version. and comes with a 1.2-liter gasoline engine with 113 Nm of power. Available in 5-speed manual or CVT automatic transmissions. The price of Baleno in the former exhibition hall will be between 5.99 lacquers and 9.45 rupees. Direct competitors include Maruti Baleno, Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz and VW Polo. In this segment, Tata Altroz is the only hatchback with a 5-star safety rating in Global NCAP.
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