If you have been waiting to buy the first MPV from Honda, then your wait for the Honda Mobilio will be over tomorrow. The Japanese manufacturer will launch the car in India at an event in Delhi.
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Today, we were at the launch of the Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG, where Eberhard Kern, Managing Director of the company announced that the regular model of the CLA will be brought to India within the next six months. It will then compete head to head with the upcoming Audi A3 sedan that will be launched on August 7.
The BMW ActiveHybrid 7 is going to be launched in India tomorrow. Globally unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, the luxury saloon will be the first hybrid car from the German manufacturer’s line-up to be sold in India.
The 2016 Toyota Fortuner has been spotted testing in Thailand. Sold as Hilux in other global markets, the new Fortuner and the next-generation Innova are being developed under Toyota’s Innovative International Multipurpose Vehicle project and is underpinned by the company’s brand new TNGA platform.
Volkswagen has been taking the Indian market very seriously. It recently launched the facelifted Polo along with its new 1.5-litre diesel engine and has now admitted that the hatchbacks are their second priority as India is a very price-sensitive market with lower margins.
Porsche has launched the highly anticipated Macan SUV in India. The car has been launched in two variants; the Macan S diesel is a more laid-back variant and has been priced at Rs 1 crore while the mighty Macan Turbo petrol will retail at Rs 1.1 crore, both ex-showroom Delhi.
The performance car with the most powerful four-cylinder engine is here in India! Mercedes-Benz has launched the CLA 45 AMG in the Indian market for a price of Rs 68.50 lakh. The compact super saloon is the AMG version of the CLA sedan and the most affordable AMG car in India.
Maruti Suzuki’s upcoming crossover offering has been caught on test yet again, as seen in this latest set of spy shots. Called the S-Cross, this new model is currently sold in a few European markets although it made its Indian debut only this year at the 2014 Auto Expo.
Mercedes-Benz is all set to introduce the AMG version of the CLA sedan in the Indian market. The CLA 45 AMG will be launched tomorrow at an event in Delhi and is expected to be priced in the range of Rs 60 lakh to Rs 65 lakh making it the most affordable AMG car in India.
When Tata acquired JLR in 2008 it was in a less than enviable position with many even questioning the Mumbai-based automaker’s decision. However, if we fast forward to just six years, the company has become one of the most profitable ventures under the Tata banner. Now, for what seems like the first time, the company has revealed the extent to which collaboration is taking place between both manufacturers in terms of design and development.