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Great Indian Hatchback
It´s definitely more fun driving around in a stick-shift, but an automatic makes more sense if simplicity and ease of mind is what one is looking for.
Let's a take a look at the top five amongst a wide array of customisation options.
The 3.2km Madras Motorsport racetrack isn’t the longest of the circuits. In fact it is quite technical and tight and hence brute power alone cannot ensure you the best lap times.
Why on earth would anyone take SUVs on to the Madras Motor Racing Track?
'Rs 7.99 lakhs for the petrol and Rs 8.99 lakhs for the diesel (ex-Delhi)
Tata Nexon XZ variant misses out on a few features as compared to the XZ+ variant.
So here are the five cars which we expect to be launched in the Indian market in the month of April.
The Tata Nexon will soon get an XZ variant in its line-up. The automaker already has a XZ+ variant
Tiago and Nexon have been the top performers
Tata produces 25,000 units of the Nexon at Ranjangaon plant
Tata Nexon now available with Aero Kit option in three levels.
Tata had showcased an AMT (automated manual transmission) variant of the Nexon at the 2018 Auto Expo.
Tata has showcased an AMT version of the Nexon at the 2018 Auto Expo.
Tata has managed a positive year on year growth of 55 per cent in January 2018
The Concept envisages a Creta rival as well as a possible XUV rival
The automatic transmission variant of the newly-launched Nexon will also join the stage at the Expo.
With Maruti Suzuki down by 18 per cent month on month and Hyundai by almost 10 per cent, the heroes for the month are those cars who have been hit the least.
Tata has announced that their passenger vehicle range will be pricier by Rs 25,000 from January 2018.
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