Modified Maruti Baleno Diesel Gets Ceramics Coat, LOOKS STUNNING

by Jatin Chhibber | 13/08/2020
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Here’s a modified Maruti Baleno which gets ceramic paint treatment. The hatchback now looks more sporty and eye-catching.  

Maruti Baleno is one of the best-selling premium hatchbacks in its segment. It rivals with the likes of Hyundai Elite i20 and Tata Altroz. The hatchback looks super cool after getting modified. Here we’ve one such customized Maruti Baleno, which looks stunning after getting ceramics paint treatment. The Maruti Baleno you see here is MY2017 diesel-powered example. Starting from the modifications, up front, it employs aftermarket projector headlamps, new grille from Baleno facelift, aggressive-looking bumper from Baleno RS and blacked-out Suzuki badge. In the side profile, the hatchback gets large multi-spoke alloy wheels wrapped with low profile tyres and blacked-out wing mirrors.

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Front-side-view-of-modified-Maruti-Baleno

Other than these customizations, the premium hatchback also employs a ceramics coat, which makes the car look like an absolute stunner. This customized Maruti Baleno now looks brand new. This ceramic paint job has been done by Ceramic Pro Calicut. There are a lot of benefits of ceramic paint. It protects the original paint of your car from direct sunlight and it also saves it from minor scratches. There are a lot of detailing studios around the country that offer this paint protection treatment. Ceramics coating is far better than your regular car wax and is also more reliable because the car wax gets diminished as soon as the car gets exposed to the weather. The nano-coating eliminates the need of using a car wax because the latter offers less protection. One can contact the nearest ceramic coating workshop to know more details. 

Front-side-view-of-the-car

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As we’ve told you before, this modified Maruti Baleno is the diesel variant of the hatchback, but the ongoing model of the car is only offered with a petrol motor. The automaker discontinued the diesel version of the car because of the new BS6 emission norms. The ongoing Maruti Baleno derives power from a 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol mill that produces 82bhp of peak power and 113 Nm of twisting force. The engine comes coupled to a 5-speed MT or a CVT, depending on your choice. The car even comes with the Dualjet version of the same engine, which goes on to offer 89bhp of maximum power. 

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