Last month, Volkswagen India launched the facelifted Polo with prices starting at Rs 4.99 lakh for the base-spec variant. During the time of the launch, the German carmaker had announced that it will introduce facelifted versions of the Cross Polo, the GT TSI and the GT TDI by September this year. But according to a few reports, deliveries of the Polo GT TSI have commenced already.
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Hyundai has launched the Xcent compact sedan in the Nepali market for 24,96,000 NPR (Rs 15.5 lakh). It is available in three variants and with a single engine option. The car is manufactured at the South Korean auto maker’s Chennai plant and exported to the hill nation.
Mahindra Reva has launched a new premium variant of its electric car, the Reva, at Rs 5.72 lakh (on-road Delhi). This new variant comes with an extended range of 120kms and electric power steering.
Porsche India has announced the launch of a new special edition version of its flagship SUV – the Cayenne. Called the Cayenne Diesel Platinum Edition, this exclusive new version stands out from the rest of the range with its carrara white paint finish and a wider range of standard equipment.
Honda Cars India has met with quite a bit of success with their compact sedan, the Amaze. The car recently crossed the one lakh sales milestone and the car still enjoys a good demand in our country. This demand is expected to go up with the upcoming festive season and the manufacturer plans to cater to these demands by maximising its production.
The Ford EcoSport is constantly achieving new landmarks in the Indian market ever since its launch. As the festive season is approaching, the demand of the EcoSport has again increased. In order to keep up with the increasing demand, Ford has decided to ramp up the production of the car. The company also plans to start a third shift at their Chennai plant.
The MLC is Mercedes' answer to the BMW X6, and it has been caught undergoing the 'hot and dry' cycle of testing in Death Valley, California. Accompanied by an M-Class, the test vehicles were camouflaged but a few things still can be deduced.
The Volkswagen Group, as we have known, entered India with a long term strategy and firm focus on the domestic Indian market. The auto giant has been gradually increasing the level of localisation of the models produced at its manufacturing facility in Chakan, Pune.
Soon there will be a time when we will no longer be able to see the red siren flashing from atop a Hindustan Ambassador speeding down the road. News is that the Finance Ministry has declared that cars with a net dealer price of up to Rs 4,75,000 can be purchased as staff cars by ministries. Which means that the government is eagerly looking for replacements.
Land Rover has just revealed a first look inside the new Discovery Sport with the release of a short film showing glimpses of the cabin design. The bold new compact SUV is the first member of the new Discovery family which will replace the ageing Freelander.