- Maruti Suzuki Wagon R gets 2 star crash test ratings
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R has once again seen to be compromising on the safety of its passengers as it has managed to score only 2 stars in the crash test ratings by Global NCAP. The Wagon R's body shell integrity has been rated as 'Unstable' as well.
- Global NCAPHyundai Santro hatchback car gets 2 stars in crash test
One of the most loved hatchbacks in Indian market is Hyundai Santro, the car was relaunched at the end of 2018, in its second generation, to replace Eon. In a recent crash test by Global NCAP, the car has managed to score only 2 stars in terms of safety as per global standards.Swift CarMaruti Swift: The car we've always deserved but never got before
In its brand new avatar, the Maruti Suzuki Swift may look like an evolution of its previous model, but the changes are massive. Maruti Suzuki has made a sporty car, fun to drive and yet, manages to be practical enough on the road to be convenient for a family. It also has an improved tech package.Seltos in high demandKia receives over 50,000 bookings for Seltos
Ahead of its official launch in August, the car had received 32,000 bookings and now when the car has been launched in the market, the number has soared upto 50,000 mark.S Presso launchedMaruti Suzuki launches S-Presso in India at a glittering price tag of Rs 3.69 lakh
On the top end variant of the car, Maruti Suzuki will be offering front power windows, touchscreen infotainment system with Maruti Suzuki Smart Play and a fully digital instrument cluster. Dual front airbags with ABS and EBD will remain standard all across the variants.Cars get cheaperCorporate Tax Benefit: Maruti Suzuki drops prices of select car models
Days after the government announced reduction in corporate tax, India's biggest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki announced a reduction in the prices of select car models.Its Dark!Tata Harrier Dark Edition launched in India: Check price and specifications
Tata has launched the brand new dark edition of its hot-selling Tata Harrier SUV at a price tag of Rs 16.76 lakh for the top-spec XZ variant (ex-showroom, Delhi). The price has been kept same as it was for the recently launched dual-tone Tata Harrier.New Crossover is hereMaruti Suzuki XL6 launched in India for a price tag of Rs 9.76 lakh
This is the second crossover launched by the Maruti Suzuki India, after S-Cross. The Maruti Suzuki XL6 is a 6-seater model with captain seats in the middle row and two-seater bench at the third row, having a 2+2+2 layout.Car market fallsCar sales droop 36% in July amid auto sector crisis
The report claimed that the auto sale figures declined for the straight ninth month amid a contraction across segments as the "auto industry downturn" deepened.BikesRoyal Enfield launches six new variants of iconic bullet bike
A part of the Eicher group, Royal Enfield currently has 930 dealer touch points pan-India. The bookings for the new variants starts from Friday, the company said in a release.CarsOfficial images reveal Maruti Suzuki XL6 interior ahead of launch
Maruti Suzuki has dropped in some official images of its upcoming car XL6, revealing some of the details about the upcoming premium MPV based on the Ertiga.CarsSpied: Maruti Suzuki XL6 ahead of launch in August
Maruti will be launching the upcoming XL6 people mover on August 21, 2019. First image (leaked) of the car have surfaced on the internet. The new model will be sold via Maruti's Nexa premium dealerships. Maruti Suzuki has christened this new model as XL6 based on its six-seat cabin.CarsFord recalls Freestyle, Figo and Aspire in India
Ford India has recalled its products including the new Aspire, new Figo and the FreeStyle. A separate recall has been made for the previous generation Endeavour, details of which are available here.CarsMG Hector's bookings closed for now
MG Hector India has announced that they are temporarily closing down bookings for the Hector SUV. According to the company, over 21,000 vehicles have already been booked and with low production speed they have called for no more new bookings.CarsRenault to launch Triber in India in August
Renault Triber will be launched in India in August this year with deliveries to start by August-end, said a report.CarsHonda Amaze Ace edition: All you need to know
Launched 13 months back, Honda has sold over 1 lakh units of its new compact sedan car 'Amaze'. To celebrate the feat, the company has launched Ace edition of the vehicle. This special trim brings in some new features with assertive styling.CarsMG Hector launched in India: Should you buy the new SUV?
MG Motor has officially stepped in the Indian market with their premium SUV Hector launched on Wednesday at a competitive price tag of Rs 12.18 lakhs to Rs 16.88 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). Booking for the SUV starts at Rs 50,000 and the deliveries will begin soon.CarsMG Hector SUV launched in India at Rs 12.18 lakhs
MG Motor India Pvt. Ltd, the Indian division of the iconic British carmaker now owned by China’s SAIC Motor Corp. Ltd, on Friday launched its much anticipated SUV Hector in the Indian market. Starting at ₹12.18 lakh, the Hector comes in four variants—Style, Super, Smart and Sharp— and a total of 11 configurations.