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Nine cars to get discontinued in 2019 due to BSVI norms

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2018 was an eventful year for the automotive scene in India. A slew of launches were made this year including new cars and facelifted variants. The year was started by Auto Expo which saw a host of announcements and details about future launches. However,...

Goodbye, Mahindra Nuvosport & Verito Vibe

Mahindra Nuvosport
Indian carmaker Mahindra & Mahindra is all set to stop selling two models in its current lineup by 2020. According to a Moneycontrol report, Mahindra will stop selling these vehicles due to the upcoming new safety regulations and BS-VI emission norms that go into...

10 mainstream cars rarer than a Ferrari: Mahindra NuvoSport to Volkswagen Cross Polo

With Maruti Suzuki enjoying a market share of around 50%, not many companies have great success stories to share. Some of the cars on sale in India have fared so poorly that they are a rarer sight on the road than some million-dollar Italian...

Mahindra Xylo, Verito, Vibe & Nuvosport to be discontinued

Mahindra is looking at discontinuing multiple cars. The Verito sedan, the Verito Vibe notchback, the Xylo MPV and the Nuvosport sub-4 meter compact SUV are four such vehicles that Mahindra will discontinue in India in the next 18-24 months. The Indian utility vehicle giant is...

Continued: 10 high RISK cars of 2017

Here are 5 more such risky cars: Fiat Avventura The Avventura, while being a very practical product too comes under the same category, due to uncertainty on whether the brand will continue or not. This includes the Abarth as well as the Urban Cross. For those...

10 Cars on Life Support

There are some cars & SUVs that are on life support as buyers seem to have given up on them. These vehicles still make sense though, and here's why. Mitsubishi Pajero Sport The Pajero Sport is the only Mitsubishi vehicle sold in India, and the SUV...

Deal breakers: Five cars whose boots killed them (Yes, boots!)

We are talking about an industry that is unforgiving – both in terms of sales and reputation. While nothing is impossible if you try hard enough, the bar is set quite high in the Indian automotive industry. So if you make a car that...

Mahindra’s biggest ever flops

Right from the Bolero in 2000, to the TUV300 launched earlier this year, Mahindra has delivered big hit after big hit. The automaker doesn't launch many vehicles, but when it does, it makes sure that most of them do very well. On the way...

Want a tough, solid budget car? Here are your options

Most budget cars sold in India feel tinny, and that's not a surprise given the tight costs they're built to. Examples of tinny cars abound. From the Maruti Alto and the Hyundai Eon, to the Swift and the Dzire, some of India's best sellers...

India’s Best Modified Cars – Part XI

We've run through 10 editions of India's Best Modified cars, where we profile 5 interesting car modifications from across the country. Today, we have the 11th edition of this series here. Lap 47's Race Edition Volkswagen Polo The Volkswagen Polo is one of the most proportionate...

10 Rare Cars in India That You Can Still Buy Brand New – Part I

Ford Fiesta Sedan Facelift Front Angle
Snapshot - Marketing blitzes notwithstanding, some cars simply fail to connect with the buyer and get moving at the hustings. Usually there isn't anything wrong with these cars, but for the fact that they didn't click when they were launched initially. The Indian car...