Meanwhile ahead of its official launch on March 7, Honda dealers have started receiving stocks of the new Civic. Bookings for the sedan have been open, with the booking amount set at Rs 31,000. Recently dealer sources have informed us that the new Civic in the Radiant Red Metallic and White Orchid Pearl paint shades have received the most inquiries from potential buyers. The third most popular color is Golden Brown Metallic.
As per report the Kia Soluto is based on the Hyundai Reina sedan that’s sold in the Chinese market which, incidentally, is based on the last generation Hyundai Verna that was sold in India. In terms of dimensions, the Soluto measures 4,300mm in length, has a 2,50mm long wheelbase and 475 litres of luggage space.
Accordingly the 2018 the car headlining the Honda stand was the second-generation Amaze. The company had then confirmed the Civic would be one of three new cars it would launch in the financial year 2018-19, and true to its word, after the Amaze and the new CR-V, the new Honda Civic launch will take place on March 7, 2019. Bookings for the new Honda Civic
According to sources after having made its debut as the Honda New Small Concept at the 2010 Auto Expo in Delhi, the Brio went on sale in India the subsequent year, and now, having been in production for a little over seven years, the time has come for it to be put to rest. We broke the news earlier this month as part of our larger ‘Cars that will soon be gone forever’ story, and now its official the Honda Brio has been discontinued in India.
According to sources the Mahindra XUV300 will be the brand’s newest entry in the highly-competitive compact SUV segment when it hits showrooms on February 14, 2019. Mahindra announced the commencement of bookings for the XUV300 on January 9. The company has today confirmed that the XUV300 has gathered 4,000 bookings so far.
According to report Honda’s popular Civic sedan is set to make its comeback to the Indian market sometime next month. Meanwhile the all new Honda Civic for India, which was seen in undisguised and in full production form recently in Bangalore, is expected to launch in our market sometime in second week of March 2019.
According to sources the fifth gen Honda City is in the works. While the model is expected to go on sale in India only in 2020, reports suggest that the new City could be unveiled within 2019 possibly in the latter part of the year. The City is the model that established Honda in India and continues to be a volume driver for the Japanese car maker in our market. The current gen City made its debut back in 2014, with a face lift in early 2017.
US based audio systems major Harman International is in talks with large automobile firms in India to supply its products for factory fitments. Meanwhile the Stamford headquartered company, which is a subsidiary of South Korea's Samsung Electronics, is already catering to various global companies from India.
Reportedly the retro motorcycle was previously on the cards for India in 2016, it was discontinued internationally in the same year since it didn’t meet Euro-IV emission regulations. However, Kawasaki unveiled a heavily updated version of the bike at EICMA 2018 and this is the model that will make its way to our shores in the coming months.
According to report the new Maruti Suzuki Wagon R you see on these pages exists nowhere else in the world. There are other Wagon Rs, like the one sold in Japan, but for India, Maruti has engineered and built a car that is all but bespoke, tailored specifically for our regulations, conditions and customer needs.
Accordingly Mercedes-Benz India has kicked off 2019 with the launch of its luxurious people-mover, the V-class. In the September 2017 issue, had exclusively reported Mercedes’ plans to bring the V-class to India. Today, the V-class has officially been introduced, at a price of Rs 68.40 lakh (ex-showroom). The V-class is imported from Merc's Vitoria plant in Spain.
According to sources the second gen Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has been on sale for a few months in a single, seven-seat, and three-row configuration. In the coming weeks, however, a six seat version of the Ertiga will also go on sale. The version in question will be the new range-topper and will be pitched as a premium model. And in line with its positioning, this top-spec Ertiga is likely to be retailed exclusively from Maruti’s premium Nexa sales network.
Accordingly the SUV, which had debuted in concept form as the H5X at the 2018 Auto Expo, is Tata’s five seat rival to the likes of the Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur, along with upcoming models like the Nissan Kicks and the production spec Kia SP SUV. The carmaker has been teasing exterior and interior details of the Harrier in the run-up to its launch, which is expected in mid-January 2019.
The Indian car maker is looking to take on more than just compact SUVs such as the Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon and Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza; its rivals will also include the Hyundai Creta. Bookings for the XUV300 officially opened last week (for an amount of Rs 20,000) and based on Chief of Sales & Marketing, M&M Ltd. Veejay Ram Nakra’s statement, Mahindra is likely to price the model between Rs 8-12 lakh (ex-showroom).
Accordingly the Renault Captur hasn’t been a roaring success for the French brand. A rival to the Maruti S-cross and Hyundai Creta, Renault dealers are offering massive discounts on the on-road price of 2018 models. While ex-showroom prices are unchanged, the reduction in the price tag comes offering free insurance and warranty, among other incentives. This offer is valid across all seven variants of the Captur.