With the installation of CNG tanks in the boots of cars, the remaining space is not adequate to carry a lot of luggage around.
In this latest video, the boot space of the new Maruti Baleno CNG is on display. With the ever-increasing fuel prices, people are beginning to rely heavily on CNG-powered vehicles. As a result, the carmakers are shifting their focus on them too. MSIL has introduced a lot of CNG variants of its popular cars. Baleno is the latest entrant into this space. However, the premium hatchback shown in this video sports an aftermarket CNG kit. Let us take a look at how much practical space is left after the CNG cylinder is placed in the boot.
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Boot Space in Maruti Baleno CNG
This video has been created by Anubhav Chauhan on YouTube. He has taken a Baleno that has an aftermarket CNG kit installed in it. The CNG tank and the spare wheel are placed inside the boot of the premium hatchback. He brings a number of bags of different sizes onto the road. The aim is to try and fit as many bags in the boot of the Baleno as possible with the tank and spare wheel. First of all, he chooses the large VIP suitcase and is able to fit it in the boot. The bootlid is closed.
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In the second round, he adds to regular rucksack bags on the other side in addition to the suitcase. The bootlid is able to close again. Finally, he tries to add to large suitcases but that is stretching things a bit too far. Nevertheless, the number of small and medium-sized bags that the boot of the Baleno CNG is able to swallow is quite practical. The factory-fitted versions also have around similar space in the boot.
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The Maruti Baleno CNG comes powered by a 1.2-litre flex-fuel petrol engine that develops a healthy 77.5 PS and 98.5 Nm of peak power and torque in the CNG guise and 88 hp and 113 Nm in the petrol guise. This engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. What is the most impressive about the Baleno CNG is its 30.61 km/kg mileage. The prices of the Balneo CNG range from Rs 8.28 lakh to Rs 9.21 lakh, ex-showroom. Would you opt for the CNG version of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno?
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