Order seems to have been restored – there were no surprises in January 2016. And it isn’t such a nice thing, the sales compared to the start of last year haven’t really improved – pecking order has, but essentially, mass market brands have sold only 800 more cars last month. Nevertheless, here are the highlights based on the sales report for January 2016.
Volvo has officially confirmed the global unveiling of their new 2016 Volvo V90 car on February 18. Volvo has brought back the V90 name after 20 years of it being first used for the Volvo 960 Estate in select markets globally. The new V90 was first unveiled as the Concept Estate two years ago at the Geneva Motor Show.
Tata Motors has unveiled the production version of the Hexa concept at the Auto Expo 2016. The latest SUV from Tata is based on the Aria and lends a fresh lease of life to the otherwise not so popular people mover. We get up and close to the Hexa at the Auto Expo to find out if the new Hexa has the firepower to make a mark in the market dominated by the Toyota Innova and the Mahindra XUV500.
The Hyundai Tucson made its Indian debut at the 2016 Auto Expo and will be launched in our country by September this year. It is the only SUV from Hyundai not offered in the Indian market yet and will be slotted into the D-segment of cars when launched.