The Jaguar XJ facelift has been spotted on test with almost minimal camouflage. Now in its fifth year of production, the flagship car from the British automaker gets minimal changes on the outside hinting that they may have larger plans for the model in 2016.
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The second generation of the BMW X6 has been introduced in Australia with prices starting at 115,400 AUD (Rs 59.86 lakh) for the entry-level version. This new model represents what BMW calls a Sports Activity Vehicle, thanks to the car’s couple-like profile and sporty on-road dynamics.
Nissan has started accepting bookings for the new X-Trail in Malaysia, since December 13 The estimated prices for the SUV might start under RM 1,50,000 (Rs 27.17 lakh) for the base model and might go up to 1,70,000 (Rs 30.7 lakh) for the top-spec variant with a 2.5-litre engine.
Hyundai has officially taken the covers off the new Sonata Hybrid on its home turf. The D-segment luxury sedan with the hybrid tech and a differentiating design will go on sale in Korea soon.
We bring you India-exclusive pictures of the third-generation Skoda Superb undergoing testing with minimal camouflage. The car was spotted testing in production form and seems to carry design heavily influenced by the company’s Vision C concept.
Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd is planning to increase the prices of the cars from their portfolio, starting next month. This decision is being taken due to the rising input and operational costs. Datsun will also follow suit and hike their car prices.
Ford India has announced a recall which will include 20,752 units of the EcoSport to rectify a fault inairbag deployment and to diagnose problems related to fuel and vapour line corrosion. This includes the EcoSports manufactured between January 2013 to September 2014, at their Chennai plant.
According to a recent report by Auto Bild, the Audi Q1 will go on sale in Europe in 2016. Currently under development, this upcoming model will be Audi’s most affordable crossover when it hits the showrooms.
After Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors’ foray into Philippines’ booming car industry, another major Indian automaker has decided to follow suit. The automaker in question is Mahindra & Mahindra – a brand which already enjoys a healthy presence in other global markets like Australia, Middle East and Africa.
Suzuki has officially released the pictures of their new hatchback- the Alto. The manufacturer will launch the hatchback for the Japanese domestic market on December 22.