If you were planning to buy a diesel car, now would be a good time to book one. And after you’ve booked one, pray that you get delivery as fast as possible. As the Union Budget 2012 nears, the government may just have some nasty surprises in store for you.
The year 2012 will be a good year for buyers looking for reliable and ‘value for money’ MPVs as a slew of MPV launches is lined up. Here is a comprehensive list of MPVs expected to be launched in 2012.
Hyundai has just launched its smallest and cheapest car in India – the Hyundai Eon. The Eon will be available in six variants priced between Rs. 2.69 lakh and Rs. 3.71 lakh. The Eon is a direct competitor to the Maruti Alto, especially the 800 cc variant whose prices start at Rs. 2.32 lakh.
The new BMW X3 is likely to be launched with the diesel engine first, in the last week of August. And expect the 2.0 litre diesel version at the launch, with the 3.0 litre to follow. Let's take a close look at the features and gadgets of the new BMW X3
Skoda has cut the Laura 1.8L TSI Classic price by a massive Rs 1,44,000, with the previous price of Rs. 12.44 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Here's why the Laura could become a serious threat to others, the Honda Civic in particular.
Skoda is offering a discount of Rs. 45,000 from the retail price of the Fabia. For corporate customers, the discount further increases by Rs. 5,000 making it a total of Rs. 50,000. Here is why the Fabia is an attractive proposition now.
On 23rd December 2010, BMW India launched the X1 SUV. With prices starting at Rs. 22 lakh, the X1 seemed like a tempting buy. Has it managed to grab more than just the fancy of people? How does the X1 sales stack with its competitors such as the Fortuner, Outlander, Honda CR-V and Santa Fe?