We have already reported that the Toyota Glanza will be launched on 6 June in India. Toyota uses the Glanza nameplate in the global markets for a completely different car, but in India, the Glanza is nothing more than a rebadged Maruti Suzuki Baleno. While we wait for the premium hatchback to launch in the country, here’s everything we know so far about Toyota Glanza.
Engine and Transmission options
Like the Baleno, Toyota Glanza, too, will get two petrol engines – 1.2L K12B and 1.2L K12C DualJet Dual VVT. The 1.2L K12B motor will be available with a five-speed manual gearbox and a CVT automatic. The 1.2L K12C DualJet engine, though, will get a mild-hybrid system and will be mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.
The Glanza will be available in two trims – G and V, which are the equivalent of Zeta and Alpha trims of Maruti Suzuki Baleno. The hatchback will be available with a total of six variants across two engine/transmission options. The regular petrol model will be available in four variants (G MT, G CVT, V MT and V CVT), while the petrol hybrid will be offered with two options (G MT and V MT). The features list for both the trims will be identical to the corresponding Zeta and Alpha models of the Baleno.
Since the Toyota Glanza is identical to Maruti Suzuki Baleno, save for the badging, the mileage figures, too, will be similar to the latter. The 1.2L MT will deliver a fuel economy of 21.01kmpl, while the 1.2L CVT will return an efficiency of 19.56kmpl. On the other hand, the 1.2L MT mild-hybrid variant will have a mileage of 23.87kmpl.
Warranty and Services
Apart from the details mentioned above, the Toyota Glanza will come with a standard warranty of three years/1,00,000km over the two years/40,000km warranty of Maruti Baleno. Moreover, the company will also offer the five-year extended warranty, Toyota Q Service and Toyota T Shield packages with the Glanza.