We drive the new 2018 Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and come out mighty impressed. Out test drive review will tell you all there is to know about India's best value-for-money MPV.
The Maruti-Suzuki Ertiga has been given a comprehensive overhaul inside and out for 2018. We drive the new MPV and find out what it has in store for the families and fleet owners alike.
The 2018 Maruti Ertiga has been launched at a starting price of INR 7.44 lakh. There are four trim levels – L, V, Z, Z+ - and two engine options - 1.5-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel.
Jawa Motorcycles surprised everyone today by introducing the Jawa Perak bobber for a price of INR 1.89 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Jawa Perak is a factory-custom bobber that will go on sale in 2019. The company has not revealed the exact launch timeframe for the Perak bobber. Apart from the bobber, the company has launched the ‘Jawa’ classic, for a price of INR 1.64 lakh and the Jawa Forty-Two that costs INR 1.55 lakh (both the prices are ex-showroom Delhi).
Jawa Motorcycles has launched the Jawa Forty-Two classic at an event in Mumbai alongside the ‘Jawa’ and the Jawa Perak factory-custom bobber. It is an ‘aggressive, toned and muscled’ version of the born-again Jawa. In other words, the Forty-Two is the bold version of the standard model with bright colour schemes and lack of chrome highlights on the tank and body panels.
Jawa Motorcycles has taken the wraps off three new motorcycles today - the Jawa, Forty-Two, and the Perak bobber. Of these, the first motorcycle is the Jawa (that’s the name), which has been priced at INR 1.64 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The first-ever motorcycle built by the Czech bike maker was simply called Jawa.
Fusing together the two hottest trends in the automobile industry today, Hyundai has introduced the new Kona electric SUV. The company showcased the higher variant of the car at the recent MOVE summit in New Delhi and has plans for launch in July 2019. Making it the first electric car from Hyundai in the country.
Ford is ready with the new facelifted Endeavour. It celebrated its global launch in Thailand and will make its way to India by early 2019. The new model gets an updated design styling, an updated features list and revisions to the engine line-up. Expect prices to start from the INR 27 Lakh mark, once it arrives here in the India subcontinent.
The 2019 Hyundai Santo is based on the K1 platform, which is, in turn, derived from the Grand i10's BA-platform. Powering the new model is an updated version of the earlier Santro's 1.1-litre four-cylinder naturally-aspirated Epsilon engine, but a major highlight is the optional 5-speed SmartAUTO AMT. Our 2019 Hyundai Santro review will take you through all there's to know about the new tallboy.
The Renault RBC will ride on a modified version of the Renault Kwid’s platform (CMF-A) called ‘CMF-A+’. It will have a longer wheelbase (2,422 mm+) for a roomier cabin. The third-row seats may accommodate only children comfortably, as is the case in the Datsun GO+.
Tata Motors has answered the calls of the many performance-enthusiasts around the county! Introducing JTP as their new performance arm, the company has launched a hotter version of the Tiago and Tigor models. Unlike many manufacturers, the company has actually performance-tuned the engine and mechanics, along with bestowing the car with sporty aesthetic cues.
Replacing the 5-Series GT from its line-up, BMW has introduced the new 6-Series GT to its Indian stable. The car is mean to bridge the gaping hole between the regular 5-Series and its flagship 7-Series, along with taking the fight straight to the Mercedes-benz E-Class long wheelbase.