Since its arrival in India in 1998 with the Santro hatchback, South-Korean manufacturer Hyundai has graced the Indian automotive market with some of the most capable, value-for-money and good looking..
Hyundai has announced a price hike of INR 9,200 throughout its model range in India. The price hike will be applicable from 1 August 2019. The company has stated that the price hike is a direct result..
A new car starts losing its value as soon as it is driven out of the showroom. The vehicle's value continues to fall over the years, and at times, the owner realises the massive depreciation that has..
Most mainstream car manufacturers have been offering lucrative discounts to benefit from the surge in demand for new cars during this time of the year. The biggest beneficiary of this trend is the car..