We bring you the list of Popular Sedans which are very popular in India.
The popular sedan cars in India include Hyundai Verna (₹ 8.08 Lakhs), Honda City (₹ 9.91 Lakhs) and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz (₹ 8.19 Lakhs) and many others. Do check these out and let us know your favourites!
Autocar is reporting that the Mahindra Marazzo will get an AMT option pretty soon for a limited time period. The car, when it was launched last year, came only with a manual transmission option and at the launch event itself Mahindra had announced that an automatic variant would soon join the line-up.
But now the company has rethought the launch time of the automatic version and has decided to make do with an AMT for the time being. It is most likely that the automatic variant would join the line-up when the BS-IV version of the car is launched.
Honda Brio never really reached the stage of popularity which Honda desired with the car. After being on sale for almost 8 years, Honda has decided to call it a day as far as the Brio is concerned. The car has now been discontinued in India.
Since production of the Brio has stopped, the Amaze will now be the entry-level car from Honda. The car will still be shown in Honda’s official site, but the company has confirmed that once the remaining stocks get sold, it will be taken off the website as well.
Even after an update in 2016, the Brio sales figures showed no signs of improvement, raking in only 2277 units in all of 2018. So halting the production of the car was the only option left for Honda.
2018 was another great year for Indian bikers and auto manufacturers. India is the largest two-wheeler market in the world. Google Trending Bikes.
We bring you the list of two wheelers which were the most searched on Google in the year 2018, according to Google Trends. Check out the list of Bikes that created buzz in the Indian Market. Which one is your favourite or the one that you looked for?
Honda has entered the 400cc segment with the unveiling of its Honda CBR400R. The bike looks like the updated CBR500R which was unveiled last year at the EICMA. It also borrows the 500R’s color schemes.
The bike features all LED lighting and a new riding position. Powering the CBR400R is a 46HP 399cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine. Suspension duties are performed by a telescopic fork and monoshock.
The bikes gets a single disc brake both at the front and at the rear. In Japan, the CBR400R would be available in three different color schemes – Grand Prix Red, Matte Axis Gray Metallic and Pearl Glare White and has been priced at 7,93,800 Japanese Yen, which comes to about Rs.5.20 lakhs.
The all new CBR300R in India has been launched at Rs.2.41 lakhs. The bike would be sold in India via the CKD route and would compete against the likes of KTM 390 and the much expensive BMW G 310 R. Features of the CBR300R includes LED headlight, a digital instrument cluster and a dual channel ABS.
The CBR300R is powered by 30.4HP 286cc, liquid-cooled, four-valve, single-cylinder DOHC engine which comes mated to a 6-speed transmission. The India spec CBR300R would use Michelin Pilot Street Tyres instead of the Dunlop tyres found on the international version.
Information received from a few Nexa dealerships indicate that Maruti is working on the next Ignis. There is no official communication on this, but it seems production of the current generation Ignis has come to an end.
No information about the refreshed Ignis is available as yet, but it is quite likely that Maruti would choose to take the Baleno route for updating the Ignis as well. Additions to the new Ignis could include a new bumper, new wheels and an updated interior.
The Ignis didn’t do that well in India as far as Maruti is concerned with sales hovering around the 3500 units per month mark. With the updated Ignis Maruti would surely be looking to increase on this number.
Witness the Auto Show 2019 at BKC organised by WIAA on occasion of Centenary Year celebrations.
Have a look at some of the 400 magnificent mean machines and timeless beauties at the biggest auto show of Supercars and Superbikes and Vintage Cars and Vintage Bikes for the first time in India.
The main attraction in the vintage car section are the Benz Patent Motorwagen replica, along with an 1896 Ford and a 1903 Humber Humberette. Included among the vintage bikes display are a number of BSAs, Nortons and Triumphs; whereas the superbike class is packed with powerful entries such as the Kawasaki ZX-14R, Suzuki Hayabusa and more. McLaren Senna and the LaFerrari were the showstoppers.
Which one is your favourite? Do share with us in the comments below.
Launch of the Mahindra XUV300 is just around the corner, but before that certain specs and features of the car have been revealed on the net. The XUV300 is going to be the widest in its class and will also have a long wheelbase.
Length, width and height of the car are 3995mm, 1821mm and 1617mm respectively. The car would have a wheelbase of 2600mm. Three variants of the car would be launched – W4, W6 and W8.
The W8 variant will have another variant called W8(O) which would get more equipment. Dual airbags, ABS with EBD and IS FIX child safety seat anchor are standard across all variants. Other features include electric ORVMs, electric tailgate release, a multirole steering wheel and a gearshift indicator.