The 4x4 version of the Force One was spied testing many times in Pune when the product was under development. Now, we spotted the EX variant of the vehicle with the 4X4 badging on test as well. The company should launch this version soon.
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We drove the Honda Mobilio a few weeks ago and during the first drive Honda presented the Mobilio in two marginally different trim levels. The difference was the faux wood trim inside and the AVN (audio/visual/navigation) package on the top-end model.
Maruti Suzuki has seen a major jump in the sales of its Alto range in June. The Indo-Japanese automaker sold 30,499 units of the Alto 800 and Alto K10 as compared to 17,311 units in May, which is an increase of 13,188 units.
The Renault Lodgy has been spotted undergoing trials in Chennai. While the French manufacturer’s other products haven’t been very successful in India, it struck gold with the Duster, which has helped in building the brand image of the French manufacturer. Renault will hope to strengthen its position in the country with this seven seater MPV, which will be pitted directly against the Toyota Innova.
Back in February this year, Suzuki added a new special edition version of the Swift in the UK. Following its successful initial stint in the market, the brand has recently reintroduced the special edition Swift. Called the Swift SZ-L, the hatchback is priced between £11,099 (Rs 11.40 lakh) and £11,599 (Rs 11.91 lakh) for the three-door and the five-door models respectively.
Reports suggest that the Audi A3 sedan might be launched in India on August 7. The A3 sedan will be the most affordable car in Audi’s line-up and will compete with other entry-level luxury cars like the Mercedes-Benz A-Class and the BMW 1 Series.
In a bid to further expand Volkswagen Group's after-sales and spare parts setup in the country, Volkswagen India has announced that its second Part Distribution Centre (PDC) will be functional by the second quarter of 2015. The upcoming facility, located in Bangalore, will join VW’s exiting Gurgaon-based centre set up in 2012.
The Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has been spotted testing once again, this time in Delhi. As in previous instances, the car was heavily camouflaged, though it does let out small details like the double barrel headlamps and OVRMs with integrated turn indicators.
Nissan is taking the Indian car market seriously. The company recently launched its budget brand, Datsun. Now, there are rumours that the Japanese carmaker might bring its luxury brand Infiniti here.