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  • Nissan Micra, Sunny, Terrano Get Big Discounts, Benefits This August

    Nissan has rolled out attractive offers for its entire lineup, including the newly launched 2018 Micra and the Micra Active, for the month of August 2018. Looking to bring home a Nissan this month? Here are the discounts being offered on Nissan cars.

  • Suzuki Access 125 vs Burgman Street 125 – What Separates Them?

    The Suzuki Access maintained its position as one of the highest selling 125cc scooter in India but lately it has faced some stiff competition from the new bread of scooters which are stylish, feature-rich and within everyone’s reach. Suzuki has taken stock of the situation and come up with an all-new design, the Burgman Street, which is based on the mechanicals of the Access 125.

  • Clash Of Segments: 2018 Honda Jazz vs Honda Amaze – Which Car To Buy?

    Priced between Rs 7.35 lakh and Rs 9.29 lakh, the Jazz not only takes on the likes of the Maruti Baleno and the Hyundai Elite i20, it also competes with similarly priced sub-4m sedans in the country. One such sedan is the Jazz’s stablemate, the Amaze, which recently became the first Honda to breach the 10,000 monthly sales mark.

  • 2018 Maruti Suzuki Ertiga vs Mahindra Marazzo – What To Expect?

    If we list a vehicle segment in India that hasn’t seen any substantial rivalry in recent years, it has to be the MPV segment. While the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is the most affordable option in this segment, the Toyota Innova Crysta qualifies as the most premium one. Soon, we’ll see Mahindra enter the urban MPV segment with the Marazzo and Maruti Suzuki launch the second generation Ertiga. But which of the two should you put your money on

  • BMW G 310 R vs 2019 Kawasaki Ninja 300 – Same Price, Different Deals!

    Just two days after BMW Motorrad launched its most affordable offering, the G 310 R, Kawasaki retaliated with the launch of a heavily localised 2019 Ninja 300. While the BMW G 310 R is priced at Rs 2.99 lakh, the Ninja 300 will set you back by Rs 2.98 lakh, ex-showroom pan-India. With just a difference of Rs 1000, the two motorcycles offer completely different experiences. Let’s see which one makes for a better

  • 2018 Honda Navi Launched; Gets Fuel Gauge And More

    Honda India has launched the 2018 Navi in the country at Rs 44,775 (ex-showroom Delhi). For 2018, the Navi comes with a much-needed analogue fuel gauge for its tiny 3.5-litre fuel tank. Other additions include a metal exhaust heat shield, new body-coloured grab rail, headlight cover and rear view mirrors. The 2018 model also features a red finish on the rear springs. Two new colours, Ranger Green and Ladakh Brown, add to the already

  • Hyundai Grand i10 prices to be hiked by up to Rs 23,000 from August 1

    If you have been considering buying the Grand i10, being a little proactive now can help you save some money. Hyundai has announced that it will be increasing the prices of all the variants of the Grand i10 by 3 per cent. The reason quoted for the hike is an increase in the cost of materials.

  • Jaguar gets a new kitten; most affordable F-Type Launched

    Jaguar has launched an entry-level variant of the F-Type with a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged engine in India. Priced at Rs 90.93 lakh for the coupe and Rs 1.01 crore for the convertible, this 2.0-litre turbocharged option sits below the 5-litre V8 which is available with the R and SVR variants. The 3.0-litre V6 engine option which was available earlier has currently been discontinued. And while owning a sportscar with a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder sounds odd,

  • This Is The ‘New’ 2018 Honda Jazz

    The upcoming 2018 Honda Jazz, which is expected to launch on 19 July 2018, will not come with any aesthetic changes in India. Honda revealed the mid-life facelift of the third-gen Jazz in Japan in May 2017 and it was revealed for the US and European markets later that year. While the refreshed third-gen Honda Jazz is on sale in almost all countries, it won’t be introduced in the world’s fourth-largest market, India.

  • Tata Harrier: 5 Hexa Mistakes To Avoid

    Make no mistake, the Tata Hexa is one of the best full-sized crossovers for its asking price. At Rs 12.49 lakh – 17.89 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), it gives you a great mix of practicality, street cred, features and overall value. However, having driven the Hexa on many occasions, we’ve come across a few flaws in both product and packaging that should be avoided in the Tata Harrier.

  • Kawasaki Ninja 300 to get an affordable twin in India?

    Competition in the entry-level performance segment has been on the rise for quite some time now. However, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 hasn’t been able to garner much numbers for the Japanese giant. This could be down to its hefty price tag of Rs 3.6 lakh and the availability of a lot more powerful and track-focused KTM RC 390, priced at Rs 2.37 lakh (all prices ex-showroom).

  • Leaked! 2018 Honda Jazz features out; launch expected this month

    The 2018 Honda Jazz’ equipment list has been leaked online ahead of its imminent launch, which is expected on 19 July 2018. This is the first-ever update to the third-gen model in India and it comes after more than three years (debuted here in 2015).

  • Volvo XC40 to launch in India tomorrow; Expected price Rs 40-42 lakh

    Swedish automaker Volvo is all set to launch its latest crossover, the XC40, in the country tomorrow i.e. 4 July, 2018. Initially, it will be offered in a single variant equipped with a diesel engine: the top-spec D4 R-Design. Volvo’s dealerships across the country began accepting bookings for the entry-level SUV, which is likely to be priced around Rs 40-42 lakh (ex-showroom), in May this year. The booking amount has been set at Rs

  • 2 New Volkswagen cars coming by 2021; will rival this Hyundai car 

    Volkswagen is set to launch two new cars in India in the mass market space within 2020 and 2021 as part of the VW Group’s ‘India 2.0’ initiative. Skoda, the Czech carmaker and sister brand of Volkswagen, will lead the way when it comes to localisation of a new platform in India called the MQB-A0-IN. This platform is a modular one and can spawn a variety of body types like hatchback, SUV or sedan.

  • 2019 Audi A4 facelift revealed; here are the changes

    Audi has unveiled the mildly refreshed A4, which is set to go on sale in Germany in the third quarter of 2018. The fifth-gen A4, which was launched in India in 2016, has received minor cosmetic updates and gains a new equipment line called the S line competition. Here’s what’s new in the standard version.