Over the next six weeks, (between October and November), six cars are likely to be launched. Among the six cars expected to launch in this period are the Skoda Rapid and the Mini Xylo, Audi Q3, Tata Safari Merlin and the Face lifted Honda City. Let’s see what these upcoming cars have in store for Indian buyers.
The sun has dawned on the marketing folks at Nissan and they’ve made the competition sit up and see the light, with the pricing of the Nissan Sunny. The Sunny is available in three-variants – the base XE priced at Rs. 5.78 lakh, the mid-level XL priced at Rs. 6.88 lakh and the top-end XV priced at Rs. 7.68 lakh.
With the imminent launch of the Hyundai Eon, the Indian small car market will soon see a new proposition. The Eon will be the first entry-level car that will be stylish and good-looking - a departure from the value-for-money proposition that all small cars are positioned around. In the run-up to the Eon launch, let's take a look at another small car that recently with its diesel offering has attem
Waiting periods are taking their toll on potential buyers looking for hatchbacks, especially, diesel versions. CarToq spoke to dealers across the country and found out which diesel small cars you can buy within a month.
Skoda India has launched the Laura RS in India at a price of Rs. 15.2 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. The car is powered by a 1.8-litre, turbo-petrol engine that makes 160 bhp of power and targeted at those looking at a need for speed.