Review of the Hero Maestro Edge 125 that was launched recently.
Review of the newly launched 2019 Hero Pleasure+.
Walkaround video of the Hero Pleasure+ that was launched with prices starting at INR 47,300
Walkaround video of the Hero Maestro Edge 125 that was launched with prices starting at INR 58,500.
In this video we deliver the review of the all-new MINI John Cooper Works Hatch.
New MINI John Cooper Works Hatch Launch video covering all the details about the newly launched hatch. For more info - https://indianautosblog.com/new-mini-john-cooper-works-hatch-launched-priced-at-inr-435-lakh-p317242
Review of the newly launched Hero Xtreme 200S on the Budhh International Circuit.
Last week, Honda gave the BR-V a facelift. Here's a visual pictorial comparison between the facelifted Honda BR-V and the pre-facelift Honda BR-V.. For more info visit - https://indianautosblog.com/honda-br-v-facelift-makes-debut-at-indonesia-international-motor-show-p317113
Hero MotoCorp has announced the launch of the much-awaited XPulse 200. The off-road focused motorcycle is available in carburettor and fuel injection variants, for a price of INR 97,000* and INR 1.05 lakh* respectively.
The exterior of the Toyota Glanza has leaked online. Leaked images show that Toyota’s version of the Maruti Baleno is a far cry from what media reports had suggested in the past.
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Maruti Suzuki Bold Baleno Maze is here in Gurugram at Cyberhub. Over 200 contestants have already participated in the event and many more will do over the coming days. If you would like to take the "Bold Challenge", head over to Cyberhub, Gurugram right now and take part in the competition.
The next-gen Hyundai Creta, introduced as the all-new Hyundai ix25 in China, has been spied completely undisguised on public roads for the first time. Uncamouflaged of the all-new model are being tested in South Korea at the moment, as Beijing-Hyundai prepares for a market launch in the second half of the year. The second generation model is drastically different from the outgoing model.
Maruti Suzuki has given the Alto 800 another facelift and upgraded it to meet the more stringent safety norms and even the BS-VI emission norms. The 2019 Maruti Alto ("800" suffix now deleted from the name) has been priced from INR 2.94 lakh.
The Elantra nameplate has been popular in India ever since it was introduced as the second premium model to enter the country after the Sonata. The current-generation Elantra made its way to Indian shores in 2017, after the model skipped a generation in our market. Hyundai then introduced a facelifted version of the current-gen Elantra in the US last year. Now, the company has finally introduced the facelifted version of the latest-gen Elantra in Malaysia built to Asian-spec.
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Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has just taken the covers off the Hyundai Venue, which is being touted as 'India's first connected SUV'. The new Maruti Vitara Brezza rival has been unveiled on a vessel sailing through the Arabian Sea. Moreover, the smallest Hyundai SUV ever has simultaneously made its motorshow debut at the 2019 New York International Auto Show. It will be launched on 21 May. For more info visit - https://indianautosblog.com/hyundai-venue-launch-date-p317046
The Kia SP2i is underpinned by a repurposed version of the Hyundai Creta's platform. The updated architecture should help the new model offer improved vehicle dynamics and higher crash protection. The same platform will be even used to underpin the next-gen Creta and will be capable of supporting a seven-seater variant if demand persists.