The Baleno is one car that can be modified quite well. Yes, you can put a free-flow exhaust, and high-flow filter for some boost in performance. More ideas here: http://www.cartoq.com/performance-modifications-for-your-car-for-under-rs-50000/
You can read more about free flow exhausts, air filters etc in this story: http://www.cartoq.com/how-to-tune-your-petrol-car-for-more-performance/
It’ll help you get a better idea about what all you need to change as a free flow exhaust on its own won’t give you the effect you want it to
there is much more you can do in modifications- from spark plug, wire, synthetic oil and even alloy wheels can be added.
I had a project in mind for the Baleno which couldn’t materialize but during that time I realized that the stock G16B unit in the Baleno has ample potential. If you intend to still use this car as your daily drive then do simple modifications which won’t hamper reliability and practicality of the car. Following are a few suggestions:1. A free flow…[Read more]
which yr model?
27000 km? That’s quite a sparingly used car. But since the model has been discontinued, you won’t get a very high price for it. I’m guessing its a 2006 model year? In which case, you will get about 2 lakh – 2.25 lakh at the most.
go for swift vdi or i20 diesel
Thank you sir. Any more suggestions, kindly share ur expriences with us.
go for car with ABS and Airbags. They cant be done after market. and your life is more worth than a few thousand rupees. GO for Ritz ZDI. should be safe and practical. i20 Diesel spares are costly as they are imported. Swift Production is less. You can choose.
Swift VDI, Ford figo, I20, punto, polo you have soo many options with you. I think you should go for a diesel car. Allaround package here would be Ford Figo, this car got space, decent feul economy, good built, great handling and its coming with updates in nxt month or so. If you look at the maintenance side, swift is the easiest on your pocket,…[Read more]