Exactly one year after launching its debut car in India, Morris Garages has rolled out the MG Hector Plus on the Indian roads. MG has taken this step after the success of Hector, which was liked by the compact SUV audience. Though the MG Hector and the MG Hector Plus have been built on the same platform, there are a ton of new features for car enthusiasts to look forward to in the new Hector Plus.
German marque Audi on Thursday rolled out its new RS 7 Sportback performance car at a starting price of Rs 1. 94 crore. The deliveries of the five-seater second-generation RS 7 Sportback will commence next month, Audi India said in a release. The carmaker had commenced the booking for the latest offering from June 23.
All-new Honda City has been launched in India. Japanese carmaker Honda has upgraded one of India's most popular entry-level sedans and brought in the latest version of the all popular City. The Honda City 5th generation was first unveiled last year and was being eagerly awaited by car enthusiasts in India. The City will be available in both petrol and diesel variants.
India's largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki has announced that it will be calling back 1.34 lakh units of two of its most popular hatchbacks. WagonR (1 litre) manufactured between 15 November 2018 and 15 October 2019 will be called back, while Baleno's petrol variant manufactured between 8 January 2018 and 4 November 2019 will also be recalled.
Maruti may have stopped production of the all-weather SUV, Gypsy, but it seems like the Indian Army's trust in the vehicle is unshaken. Maruti has supplied the Indian Army over 700 units of Gypsee in the month of June.
Renault has announced the launch of the latest RXL variant of its small hatchback Kwid. The car will be available in both the automatic and the manual transmission option.
The auto sector has been one of the worst impacted sectors by the COVID-19 shutdown in India. Sales, manufacturing, service almost every part of the auto sector in the country had a derailed progress in the last few months. June has seen an upward tr
Honda Cars India on Thursday announced that it has launched an updated version of its compact SUV WR-V that is priced between Rs 8.5 lakh and Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Honda City 2020, arguably India's most popular C-segment sedan is all set to ride onto the Indian roads in a rejuvenated avatar. Honda is expected to launch the all-new Honda City in the next month or so after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the launch by several months.
The auto sector has been one of the worst-hit sectors by the COVID-19 lockdown that has disrupted business as usual since the last week of March. Most of the major car and bike manufacturers in India had to bear major losses because of practically non-existent sales in the months of April and May. Such was the situation that even India's most performing company Maruti Suzuki reported monthly sales for the first time ever.
Luxury sports carmaker Porsche India on Monday said it has launched Panamera 4 10 Years Edition priced at Rs 1.6 crore (ex-showroom). The new edition is being introduced to commemorate ten years of launch of Panamera brand in the country, Porsche India said in a statement.
German marque Bavarian Motor Works (BMW) has launched the third generation of it's sporty SUV X6 in India. The ex-showroom price for the all-new X6 stands at Rs 95 lakh. The petrol-powered X6 xDrive40i xLine and X6 xDrive40i M Sport trims are both priced at Rs 95 lakh.
Are you planning to buy a car now that the lockdown is slowly but surely coming to an end? If yes, then Hyundai is offering some benefits you might want to avail of. For the month of June 2020, Hyundai is offering buyers benefits worth up to Rs 1.05 lakh on its cars.
Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari told India TV, in an exclusive conversation, that India is taking steps in the direction of becoming the hub in auto manufacturing in the next 5 years. Speaking on India TV's #TeamModiOnIndiaTv platform Gadkari said that it will be a part of the 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' and India would cut its dependency on China for products and start producing them at home.
German luxury carmaker BMW on Thursday said it has rolled out an extended service campaign across its entire dealer network in the country amid coronavirus pandemic.
German marque BMW has launched its all-new flagship Grand Tourer 8 Series in India. The 8 Series comes in several models ranging from Rs 1.3 crore to Rs 2.15 crore. The 8 Series was long overdue in the Indian market since its unveiling in 2018. BMW will also bring to India the MSport model of the 8 Series -- M8
Coronavirus pandemic has brought the life as we know it to a standstill. Things on the automotive front are no different. As we move into May, it has been over a month since all manufacturing plants have been shut for operations. This has led to an unprecedented month in terms of sales figures. As the numbers come out for the month of April, it is highly probable that not even a single car was sold in India.
Jaguar Land Rover will gradually resume operations from May 18, the company said on Thursday. JLR plants in Solihull, UK, Slovakia and Austria will be the first ones to begin production after a halt in operations due to COVID-19 outbreak.
Is your car insurance running out while you are stuck in the coronavirus lockdown till May 3? Don't worry. The government has extended the date for renewal of all motor insurance till May 15.
Coronavirus lockdown has quarantined millions of people across the country. While work from home means several offices wear a deserted look, car parking space in housing society has had an opposite effect. If your car is also parked for several days then you must follow these precautions to make sure it is in the running condition when you actually need them.
Harley Davidson has launched Low Ridder S based on Harley's softail chassis enhanced by premium suspension components in India. The pice of the latest Harley bike would be Rs 14.69 lakh (Ex-showroom).
Europe has emerged as the new epicenter for coronavirus in the world as China's COVID-19 cases look to be on a downward trend. Auto majors like Volkswagen and Fiat have decided to shut plants in major European cities while several other companies are also looking at desperate measures to contain the virus that has killed over 7,000 people worldwide.
Coronavirus outbreak that has claimed around 3,000 lives worldwide has affected people across in more ways than one. While many people are suffering from a potentially life-threatening infection, many more are having to deal with the side effects that have come with the global outbreak. From stock markets to global economies, the threat of the virus has had its effect everywhere.
Royal Enfield has started taking booking orders for the BS-6 variant of the all-new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS-6. At a token amount of Rs 10,000, you can now book the 2020 model of the RE Bullet 350 which is coming with a BS-6 engine. The Bullet 350 is the most affordable bike in Royal Enfield's lineup in India with a starting price of Rs 1.14 lakh.
Planning to buy Maruti Suzuki Baleno? Maruti is now running offers up to Rs 35,000 on its luxury hatch. The offers are on all variants of the car. How much you will save on buying Baleno will, however, depend on which model you buy. Maruti has issued a notice regarding the offer. Costumers can now visit their nearest Nexa showroom and avail the offer on the Maruti Baleno.
Luxury sports car maker Porsche is planning to enter used cars market in India in the medium term as it looks to enhance customer base in the country, according to a senior company official. The company, which sells a range of luxury sports cars and sports utility vehicles (SUVs) such as the 718, 911, Macan and Cayenne priced between Rs 69.98 lakh to Rs 1.63 crore, currently has a total of about 3,500 customers in India.
Honda Amaze or Maruti Dzire? Which car should you buy? Which car is best for your needs? Which car would suit your requirements the best? These are some of the basic questions every car buyer asks themselves. If you are confused between Honda Amaze and Maruti Dzire, here are all your questions answered.
Toyota's six-seat luxury MPV Vellfire, that is slated to compete against the Mercedes-Benz V Class, is all set to launch in India on February 26. The expected price for Toyota's newest edition in the Indian market is expected to be between Rs 68 and Rs 80 lakh. Japanese carmaker Toyota has already started taking the pre-booking orders for the car at select dealerships.
Kia Seltos and MG Hector were arguably the two most decorated car launches of 2019. Korean carmaker KIA and British manufacturer Morris Garages both made a debut in India with these two cars. Ironically, both Seltos and Hector fall in the same segment -- compact SUVs -- A segment which has, over the years, increased its market by leaps and bounce.
India' largest buyer and seller of luxury used cars, Big Boy Toyz, is all set to expand its business to Kolkata and Ahmedabad. The plans to open new stores is in its initial stages of development and could be implemented by 2020-21 financial year.
Domestic passenger vehicle sales declined 6.2 per cent in January as vehicle demand continued to be stressed by rising cost of ownership and slower GDP growth, automobile industry body SIAM said on Monday. Passenger vehicle sales last month stood at 2,62,714 units against 2,80,091 units in the year-ago month, according to data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).
Hyundai has exhibited the all-new Creta at the Auto Expo 2020. Charmed with the presence of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan, Creta stole the limelight at the yearly auto exhibition show.
Maruti Suzuki Jimny: At the Auto Expo 2020, Maruti Suzuki's latest unveil - Jimny - stole the show. The lightweight 4x4 off-roader was displayed in olive-green army colour and looked apart as far as muscular cars go.
Electric Vehicles and EV infrastructure have been a big talking point in this year's Auto Expo. From Indian carmakers like Tata Motors to global giants like KIA motors, several brands exhibited their latest entries into the EV mainframe. A range of Electric Vehicles were on display at the Auto Expo 2020. Here are the top 5 EVs that you should not miss going forward.
Rolls-Royce is by far the epitome of luxury automotive in this world. To own a Rolls-Royce, one doesn't just need money, but quite a lot more. But the story of the origination of Rolls-Roys is equally intriguing. It all started when a privileged boy met another boy who used to sell newspapers at the age of nine. 143 years down the line, here we are talking of their exploits and their brand that still rules the world.
Coronavirus is rapidly turning into a world disaster death toll now well into the 400s. Despite most of these death being in China, the number of infected cases in over 20 countries means that it is highly likely that Coronavirus is yet to reach its peak in the international community.