Best Selling The much awaited sub-4m Compact SUV offering from Hyundai, Venue, was launched with full pomp and show on 21st May.Continue reading “Best Selling Compact SUV’s In The Month Of May 2019 – Indian Drives”
Let’s have a look at the top selling SUVs in India for the month of April 2019. While the others were launched in 2018, Tata Harrier and Nissan Kicks were launched in 2019.Continue reading “Top Selling SUVs In The Month Of April 2019 In India”
Best Selling SUVs At the start of the year 2019, we saw many car manufacturers launching new cars! No guess most of them were SUV’s such as Nissan Kicks, Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV300 and recently PSA Citroen announced their Entry with C5 which is again an SUV.Continue reading “Best Selling SUVs In The Month Of March 2019 – Indian Drives”
Official images of the MG Hector SUV were unveiled at the DriveIn event held recently, and with it we gained more insight into the features and looks of this new model.Continue reading “India-spec MG Hector SUV Official Images Revealed”
Last year, at the Auto Expo 2018, the Kia SP Signature Concept made its debut, and since then it has become the talk of the town. Automobile lovers from the Indian subcontinent have been going gaga over the Kia and as the days inched closer, the wait is getting even more unbearable.Continue reading “Kia SP Signature SUV Concept Revealed | Indian Drives”
The new SsangYong Korando SUV would be unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. This would be the third-generation of Kornado SUV and will sit above the SsangYong Tivoli in the company’s global lineup. Both the Tivoli and the new Kornado would share the same platform – the X100. In fact, this platform would also underpin the upcoming Mahindra XUV300.Continue reading “Next-Gen Ssangyong Korando SUV To Debut At Geneva Motor Show 2019”
Watch to learn and know the Top 10 Most Selling SUVs in India. Do check out the number of units sold for each of these SUV. (Data of March 2018). Which one do you own/buy? Do let us know in comments below.
A near production ready model of a high-tech all electric SUV concept has been unveiled by Byton. The concept was showcased at the Milan Design Week and the SUV was described Byton boss Carsten Breitfeld as being “85 percent there”. The new version is being built on the version which was unveiled earlier at the CES and focuses this time on allowing drivers to ‘enhance’ the time they spend in the car, rather than its on-road performance.
In all likelihood, Jeep will soon introduce a new Jeep SUV which will sit below the Renegade in Jeep’s international lineup. it will Jeep’s entry-level SUV targeted primarily for European and emerging markets.
Skoda will soon be leading the development of a new low-cost “Eco” platform for the VW Group which will cater to cost-sensitive markets. The first models will be out in 2020 and the initial one may be a five seater mid size SUV. Although VW as well as Skoda will develop their own versions of SUVs they will share the powertrain and other mechanicals.