Maruti Suzuki recently launched the all-new Baleno facelift in India. The premium hatchback has received some minor tweaks here and there to make it look better and stay up to date with the nail-biting competition. The engine and transmission remain the same and the changes made are limited to aesthetic alteration on the interiors and the exteriors. The Baleno is a popular car in the modification circuits across India and therefore, people have started to modify their newly delivered facelifted Baleno as well. The video below by JJ automobiles Vlogs shows a facelifted Baleno that has received various mods both on the exteriors as well as the interiors. Let’s take a look at the video before proceeding further.
As seen in the video, the Baleno here now looks much better than the stock version. The changes made on the exteriors are mil compared to the ones made on the interiors. The Baleno is already quite a good looking car which is a big reason for its massive sales. The tweaks made on this one further enhances its visual appeal and makes it look much better. Let’s now go through the modifications done in more detail.
The major change on the front end is the new projector light fitted in place of the fog lamps. The headlights too are HID units now and the combined throw of both the headlight and the foglamps is brilliant, as seen at the end of the video. The car runs on stock alloys, which are quite stylish and available on the facelifted Baleno only. The door rims get chrome garnishing along with window visors. Further, the doors also get body coloured rub strips with chrome bar running along its length.
Moving to the rear, the major change here is the new tail lamps which look quite attractive at night. Paired with the LED reflectors and rear glass mounted stop lights, the whole rear gets a different look. The indicators get a flowing light pattern, which is in trend these days. A thick chrome bar runs on the edge of the tailgate which will appeal to those who love lots of bling on their cars. Another addition on the rear is the custom diffuser with chrome-tipped exhaust pipes on both sides.
Coming to the interiors, opening the door will greet you with an attractive LED lightning scrub plate with Baleno marking. Moving on, the upholstery has been given an upgrade and is now comes in custom black and silver shades. The steering too has been draped in a similar paint shade material while the A and B pillars have been draped in black. An aftermarket infotainment system with subwoofer and parking cameras are other additions made on the car. The floor matting has been replaced with an aftermarket option. Another eye-catching bit is the custom LED interior lighting, which can be controlled via a remote. According to the video, the total cost of all these modifications is around Rs. 70,000 to 75,000, which is pretty decent.
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