Maruti Suzuki will launch its first turbocharged petrol run hatchback, the Baleno RS upon March 3. Any Baleno RS gets the 1-litre 3-cylinder boosterjet turbo-petrol smash and a few more advances over the stock Baleno. The actual engine makes 110bhp associated with power 170Nm of torque internationally but anticipate a detuned version intended for India.
In Europe, your Baleno RS gets a selection of a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed torque ripping tools, but the good news is that we might get exactly the manual gearbox as the RS wont be a high production car and bringing a new programmed gearbox will not appear sensible. The regular Baleno gets a CVT for any automatic which is faraway from ideal for a hot hatch-out, hence during the Balenos products planning, a 6-AT was given to those who wanted a Baleno RS nonetheless without the stick adjust. This also means that it’ll be a lot more involving to drive a car, and going by the guide book gearbox in the standard Baleno, the RS should be quite a hoot. The only other hot hatch with a manual gearbox could be the Abarth Punto.
It gets discs for many four wheels and must come with 16 centimeter wheels like the best variants of the common Baleno. Also expect some cosmetic changes to help make the RS stand out. The particular Baleno RS takes on the Polo GT TSI, Abarth Punto and A single.5-litre petrol Figo in the incredibly hot hatch segment.