Maruti Suzuki had revealed its plans to export the Baleno hatchback to over 100 countries. Recently, the Baleno had recently been exported to the Japan and European markets. Fresh reports have emerged that the India-made Baleno is now being exported to the US, New Zealand and Australian markets.
The 7th edition of the Himalayan Dash organised by Cougar Motorsports will take place from 2nd July to 12th July, 2016. The annual event gives people an opportunity to take their own cars and experience the Himalayas.
Toyota has dominated the premium MPV segment in the 21st century. Toyota first entered the market with the robust Qualis which was abruptly replaced by the much more modern Innova. Launched in 2005, Toyota has always charged a premium on the Innova and despite that the sales numbers have always been on the up. In the last 11 years, the Innova’s price went up by a whopping Rs 6 lakh depending on the variant. So why were stingy Indians ready to shell out nearly Rs 20 lakh for a decade-old MPV? The answer is simple – peace of mind. There are still thousands of Qualis’s running on our roads with lakhs of kilometres on the odo and still feeling indestructible. This is a testament to the thorough reliability and engineering know-how of Toyota. Now Toyota is about to launch the next generation of the MPV and after driving the new Innova Crysta one thing is clear, they are going even more upmarket with this one, with a more sculpted styling and a completely redesigned interior which boasts of segment first features.
The Passat GTE – a Plug-in electric hybrid version of the new generation car. It has got great styling, has more features, should have improved dynamics with the MQB platform and also appeals to the conscious with its green technology.