Mercedes-Benz will launch its luxury compact crossover, the GLA-Class in Malaysia on November 7. The announcement was made through the German carmaker’s FB page.
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It seems like Honda might launch its popular compact sedan , the Amaze, in a CNG variant. A test mule of the same was spotted testing in Noida, apparently, the car had a CNG sticker on the rear windscreen which gave away the plot.
The Outlander may have struggled a lot in the Indian market, but outside India, the crossover has been selling in good numbers despite stiff competition from rival brands including Hyundai, Kia and Nissan. Two years after introducing it in the UK, Mitsubishi is now preparing a facelifted version ahead of the vehicle’s possible debut at next year’s Geneva Motor Show.
As a precautionary measure, Porsche is replacing the lock bracket on the front lid of 4,428 two-door sports cars worldwide.
Vehicle safety norms are non-existent in India, and this is a topic of discomfort for the government whenever raised. The industry is growing and also the number of vehicles on the road; we need to get upto the global standards when it comes to making safer cars, if not safer. It seems like things might change. According to rumours, the government might implement mandatory safety norms in the next 4-5 years.
Mercedes-Benz has presented a new compact SUV concept at the opening of its new R&D facility in Beijing, China. Called G-Code, this innovatively designed concept has a smaller footprint than the brand’s smallest production crossover model – the GLA.
Ford has given us all a sneak peek of its next-generation Everest SUV, ahead of the vehicle’s global debut in China later this month. The American automaker has released a teaser image which shows nothing but bits of the grille and headlight design.
Given the ever rising competition in the entry-level luxury sedan segment, Audi has constantly updated the current-generation A4 with new technology and better quality. However, sales of the model are now falling significantly behind the latest-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class and the BMW 3-Series.
Mercedes-Benz will launch the new C-Class for the Indian market on November 25. The car was unveiled in early 2014 and has been on sale in the European and American market for about six months now. It follows a similar design language as the 2014 S-Class but gets revised interior and is based on a new platform.
According to a news channel, Maruti Suzuki Swift and the Datsun GO, were tested by Global NCAP to see how road-worthy and how safe the passengers were to be in the likelihood of an accident. They failed the test.