The Hyundai Eon is the company’s smallest car in India, price positioned even below its long-running entry-level hatchback, the Hyundai Santro. The Eon will take on the Maruti Alto as its biggest competitor, competing on key attributes of mileage and space.
Hyundai has launched the much-awaited Eon small car in India at a competitive price range with base variant starting at Rs. 2.69 lakh and top-end variant priced at Rs. 3.71 lakh. Hyundai has atleast one trim of Eon (in all six trims) for buyers looking for cars in the Rs. 2.5 to 4 lakh price bracket.
Oil companies have cut the petrol price by Rs. 1.68 per litre across India, excluding taxes (VAT) and with effect from midnight of June 2nd, 2012. This has brought down the petrol price from Rs. 73.18 per lit
Toyota today launched the Etios diesel sedan and the Liva diesel at a price of Rs. 6.44 lakh and Rs. 5.54 lakh respectively. The Etios diesel is being sold in three variants; GD, VD and VXD while the Liva diesel is available in only one variant (GD).
After waiting for weeks for a Beat diesel for a comprehensive test, we at CarToq wangled a short test drive of the car from a Chevrolet showroom. The car does pack a few surprises and dispels myths about small-capacity engines. Read on.
General Motors launched the Beat diesel at a very competitive starting price of Rs. 4.29 lakh, (ex-showroom Delhi). Prices go up to Rs. 5.45 lakh for the top-end variant. The Beat diesel will be available in four variants. So how does the Beat’ proposition stand up against the competition? We find out.