Maruti Suzuki has recalled 69,555 vehicles due to a potential faulty wiring issue, making it one of their biggest recalls in the country.
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The Maruti Suzuki Ciaz will be launched for the Indian market on October 6 and ahead of what is undoubtedly one of the biggest launches of the year, the specifications and variants have been revealed. The car will be made available in six petrol, four diesel variants as well as seven colour options.
First-time car buying in India has improved by a huge margin from what it was back in 2012. A survey conducted by J.D. Power Asia Pacific 2014 India Escaped Shopper StudySM (ESS) shows that first-time new-vehicle buyers in India are considering more vehicles during the shopping process. They no longer find themselves limited to the two or three cars they begin with.
Maruti Suzuki’s new mid-size premium sedan, the Ciaz, will be launched in India on October 6. This car was unveiled at the Auto Expo in February this year and will be the SX4 replacement.
The top management in Nissan India has received a new member in the form of Guillaume Sicard as President of Indian operations, effective from October 1.
Following months of leaks, speculations and spy shots, the Fiat Avventura is finally ready to hit the Indian roads. The hatchback-based crossover is expected to be launched early next month, during the festive season. And while we are at it, here’s another leaked piece of information on this highly awaited model.
Mercedes-Benz has launched the GLA-Class in India at a price of Rs 32.75 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) at an event in New Delhi, today. The GLA-Class is the Stuttgart-based carmaker’s first attempt to make its presence felt in the compact luxury SUV/crossover space. We saw the India-spec model at the 2014 Auto Expo.
Off late, car manufacturers across the world have begun looking at India with quite a different perspective. Most have now realised what an important automobile hub our country is - both export and import wise. In keeping with this trend Nissan has declared that it will be bringing its premium brand, Infiniti, and the GT-R sports car to India. It also plans to build a compact SUV for our market and all this is being done to strengthen the Datsun brand here.
Mercedes-Benz will launch the GLA-Class crossover for the Indian market tomorrow. It will available with two engine options as well as a special launch edition. The India-spec model was unveiled at the 2014 Auto Expo and has been spotted testing on multiple occasions in the country. It is based on the German automakers MFA platform which underpins other models like the A-Class, B-Class and the CLA-Class which will be launched in India next year.
The Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 has been spotted sans camouflage at what appears to be the Indo-Japanese automaker’s storage yard. It is the first major upgrade for the hatchback since it was launched in 2010 and appears to be a comprehensive one involving external, internal and mechanical changes.