The excitement of four launches in three days gave us a tough seven days and in comparison, we are glad that this week has been a bit slower. However, our reviews team was busy behind the wheels of various cars and that forms the highlights of this week.
We have got behind the wheel of the recently launched Maruti Wagon R and have driven both the 1.2-litre MT as well as 1.2-litre AMT. It’s got an updated design, new platform and according to our experts, it has a really comfortable ride.
Maruti Suzuki has launched the facelifted Baleno hatchback in India at Rs 5.45 lakhs (Ex-showroom Delhi). The Indo-Japanese automaker has launched the Baleno in seven petrol and four diesel variants as well as six colour options.
Ahead of the official launch, the XUV300 is already arriving at dealerships and we have managed to get a detailed look at a top-of-the-line W8 (O) variant. When launched, it will be offered with many segment features like dual zone AC and disc brakes all around.
Toyota has brought back the Camry to India and this time only as a hybrid. It is being assembled at Toyota’s plant outside Bengaluru and brings with it a new platform, driving assistance features and obviously eco-friendly city manners.
Kia surprised us all with their much awaited model during its commencement of trial production at its brand new manufacturing facility in Andhra Pradesh. The model in question is the SP2i SUV which was showcased albeit with a generous amount of camouflage covering its finer details.