There is no dearth of choice in the midsize SUV space currently, but if you are looking for a new SUV then we would suggest to hold on for a few more days until the new Hyundai Creta comes out. Check out what you can expect below.
While car makers are shunning diesel, it is still very much in demand and the move to BS6 has done nothing to stem that. Thus, while the car makers who are offering a BS6 diesel have become less in number, there are still many who do it. So, diesel engines are not going anywhere and in BS6 variants — it is actually cleaner and more efficient over a petrol and are more suited to SUVs, too. Here is a list of the best diesel cars in terms of the smoothness and performance and which cost below the Rs 50-lakh mark.
Travelling with family or friends is one of life’s small pleasures. Hence, SUVs that seat seven passengers in relative comfort are sought by many buyers. Here is a compilation of the top seven-seater SUVs that you can buy in BS6 variants.
In the automobile hierarchy, sedans are traditionally placed higher than hatchbacks, but of late the lines have been blurred with premium hatchbacks ruling the sales charts.While premium hatchbacks are still very much in demand, the compact sedan segment too has seen some resurgence, with Hyundai launching a fresh salvo in form of the Aura. Thus, if you are looking for a sub-Rs 10 lakh sedan instead of a premium hatchback, the Honda Amaze and Hyundai Aura are your best bets. Read on to find out why.
Maruti has moved away from diesel cars for the time being and that may not seem the right move at first glance, since Maruti has sold a lot of Brezza diesels. However, instead of diesel, Maruti is betting big on the mild hybrid system. Maruti claims the smart hybrid in petrol is the answer to the future. We conducted a road test to test out this claim.
SUVs started life as a go-anywhere vehicle with their sole purpose being to transport occupants over inhospitable terrain. From such humble beginnings, SUVs have transformed into fashion statements with design and performance taking precedence. The newest SUV in the country is Audi Q8, which might just be India's hottest SUV. Read on to find out more.
Rolls-Royce is a name synonymous with luxury, but even its cars can't offer the level of space, comfort and luxury that the Toyota MPV offers. Meet the Vellfire — by far the most luxurious MPV in India and also amongst the country’s most luxurious Cars.
Buying a new car? Well, then wait for these five new launches that range from a sedan to blockbuster SUVs, as well as a new hatchback. Check out their expected prices launch dates here.
It goes without saying that petrol is slowly becoming the fuel of choice for SUVs. But while size matters for some, the compact SUV phenomenon has spread like wildfire with sheer use-ability being the USP. Let’s look at the top three petrol compact SUVs that you can buy at various price points in India.
What started as a small auto show in 1986 has grown into a behemoth today. The Auto Expo has always been a showcase for the Auto industry in India and while this time there were numerous challenges, the show still pulled through and packed in a lot of visitors. There were as many as 60 product launches/showcases/unveils. Let’s take a look at the best of Auto Expo 2020. Do let us know which car has is your favourite from the show.
Just a few days back, we saw that Volkswagen’s made-for-India SUV, though this is still a year away from being launched. The T-Roc, however, is expected to be launched in a few months’ time. Here is a detailed gallery on the T-Roc.(Text and photos: Somnath Chatterjee)
After the success of the Hector and ZS, MG is now aiming higher with the Gloster, which is to be its next big India launch in the coming months. At the Auto Expo 2020, MG also unveiled the RC6 notchback, a luxury sedan. Here is a detailed look at both.(Text and photos: Somnath Chatterjee)
Renault showcased some interesting cars at the Auto Expo 2020. These hint at Renault’s intentions to go electric in the future. While the company has not confirmed plans to launch an EV in the near future, the car-maker first intends to get the Kwid EV to India. Renault also displayed another EV in Delhi. Take a look at the cars here.(Text and photos: Somnath Chatterjee)
Hyundai has unveiled the new Creta, which is expected to be launched by the end of March. Here are exclusive exterior and interior pics of the new Creta.
Maruti has been facing fierce competition in the compact SUV space and, as a result, it has finally launched an updated Brezza, albeit with no diesel and only a petrol option. Take a look and do comment on the car.(Text and photos: Somnath Chatterjee)
The Indian automobile market is still very much a lucrative business, despite the downturn, and this means that many new players want a large slice of the pie. After Kia and MG last year, it is now the Chinese major Great Wall Motors which has made its India debut with an array of SUVs. The jewel in its crown is the Haval SUV brand, which would be its first launch in India. Here is a look at what they offer.Text and images: Somnath Chatterjee
Mercedes has pulled the wraps off its new entry-level compact sedan for India, called the A-Class Limousine. This would replace the existing CLA and would be targeted at the younger luxury car buyer. It will be positioned below the C-Class. Take a look at this car and leave your comments on this 'baby Merc' below.(Photos and text: Somnath Chatterjee)
Mahindra has pulled out all stops with its ‘crazy’ concept called the 'Funster'. As the name says, this is the most innovative Mahindra concept and showcases their future design philosophy. Do comment and let us know how ‘mad’ this car looks and whether you want one.(Photos and text: Somnath Chatterjee)
After the success of its maiden product, Seltos, Kia is shifting its focus to the segment below. Meet the Kia Sonet compact SUV, which is to be launched shortly in a few months. Take a detailed tour of this new SUV with us and do not forget to comment if you like this or not.
Tata has unveiled not one, but three SUVs for India. The first is a mini SUV, the HBX concept, while the surprise unveils are those of the Sierra and the Gravitas. Do comment on how you like the new Sierra.(Photos and text: Somnath Chatterjee)