Thursday, April 07, 2016
By Kamal Swami
Maruti Suzuki Baleno Zeta upgraded with CVT system
Maruti Suzuki Baleno the India made hatchback by country’s leading and Indo-Japanese car maker MSIL has succeeded in receiving an over whelming response from Indian buyers. According to reports encouraged from the success enjoyed by Baleno, car maker has upgraded its Zeta (petrol) variant with option of Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT) system and priced it Rs. 7.47 lakh (ex-showroom price, New delhi).
Addressing the launch of upgraded Zeta, Mr. R.S. Kalsi, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India, said," Baleno has rapidly found success to become a popular premium hatchback owing to its design, technology and performance. The automatic option - Continuous Variable Transmission - offered on the Delta variant has been much appreciated by the customers. We are now offering CVT on the Zeta variant as well, to popularise two pedal technologies”.
According to reports since its launch back in October 2015, MSIL has succeeded in selling out more 44k units of Baleno through its premium store NEXA throughout the country with 55,000 bookings yet to be clear by car maker in coming months. It is also reported that apart from exporting Baleno hatchback to Japan it will also be exported to 100 more countries across the world.