Maruti Baleno Altura EG 1.6i 16V 96hp

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Maruti Baleno Altura EG 1.6i 16V 96hp review

Maruti Baleno Altura EG is the eighth model in Maruti's range and the first one in the estate segment. The attention-grabbing design of its front grille and headlights draws your eye to the elegant lines of the bonnet, and leads you along the smooth sweep of the body with its high hipline and towards the large tailgate. Its spacious front seats with contoured headrests hold you firmly and comfortably, while allowing your legs to stretch out. The thick cushioning and a spring-mounted base on the seats make long journeys an absolute pleasure. The rear seats too offer surprising legroom, headroom and elbowroom. More specs and user manual for Maruti Baleno Altura EG you can see in next overview.

Maruti Baleno Altura EG 1.6i 16V 96hp

Maruti Baleno Altura EG 1.6i 16V 96hp specifications

General information
Year of release: 2001 - present
Body type: Universal
Doors: 5
Seats: 5
Curb weight: 1030 kg.
Gross weight: 1485 kg.
The volume of the luggage min/max: 375 l/ 1377 l

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1590ccm
Power: 96hp @ 6000rpm
Maximum torque: 134 Nm @ 3000 rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Location Front, transversely
Gas mechanism: OHC
Location/number of cylinders: row/4
Bore x stroke: 75 mm x 90 mm
4 valves per cylinder
Compression ratio 9.2

Maruti Baleno Altura EG 1.6i 16V 96hp

Length: 4375 mm
Width: 1690 mm
Height: 1460 mm
Wheelbase: 2480 mm
Track front/rear: 1440mm/1435mm
The front helical spring
Rear helical spring
Size of tires 175/70 R13
Type of Gear-rack
Power Amplifier

Transmission type
Drive Front
Number of transmissions (meh. box) 5
Number of transmissions (automatic. box) 4
Front Disc
Rear Drum

Fuel consumption
Urban cycle l. 100 km. 9 l.
Extra-urban cycle l. 100 km. 6.7 liters.
Fuel tank capacity 51 liters.

Dynamic performance
Maximum speed: 170 km/h
Acceleration time from their seats to 100 km/h in 11.7.

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