Hyundai has launched a new 4WD 6-speed AT (Automatic Transmission) variant of its premium SUV Santa Fe at Rs. 24.36 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Hyundai already offers the Santa Fe seven-seater SUV, in two MT (manual transmission) variants priced at Rs. 20.95 lakh for the 2WD (4×2 version) and Rs. 22.95 lakh for the 4WD (4×4 version).
With rising fuel prices, monthly running costs of cars are becoming difficult to manage. We have no control over the increasing price of fuel, but it is time we started adopting some driving and car maintenance practices.
Hyundai is most likely to launch its new small car, so-far called ‘Eon’ in mid-October 2011. CarToq spoke to Hyundai dealers who confirmed the imminent launch, saying that bookings will begin during the second week of October. Here’s what you can expect from the Alto competitor.
On August 17, 2011, Maruti Suzuki India Limited launched the all-new Swift in six variants with prices starting from Rs. 4.22 lakh. The company hiked prices in January 2012 and hence, at present, the Swift ranges between Rs. 4.36 lakh and Rs. 6.65 lakh.
The resale value of a car is a major determinant in deciding which car you will buy and this becomes even more important if you are buying a hatchback that’s likely to be your first car. So among hatchbacks, which cars have the best resale value? Let’s find out!