The new Hyundai Elantra has been launched in the Indian market for Rs 12.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). With it has come with a host of things like a new petrol engine, updated feature list and for the first time a premium assurance package.
Back at the 2016 Auto Expo event in the country, auto fans were awestruck with a customised Thar on display. This time around, the automaker is indeed offering an opportunity to own one in the form of the Thar Daybreak edition. Mahindra’s customisation department is accepting orders for the Daybreak edition thereby allowing buyers to customise the Thar CRDe variant as per their requirements.
Hyundai has come a long way as a manufacturer. From being considered as a budget brand to being able to sell cars well above Rs 10 lakh in huge numbers is a testament to the quality of products the Korean manufacturer has delivered.
We have cars that are new or fairly new in our long term fleet and the reason is to tell people how they feel to live with and help them with their buying decision. So then, the Safari Storme that was launched a zillion years ago is certainly an aberration. And that is not only because my boss loves it but also because the Safari Storme is here to stay. In spite of the competition coming up with cosier cars, modern designs and also despite the launch of the new Varicor 400, the Storme with the old 320Nm setup sells better and we want to know why.