Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Cars Being Launched This Diwali

Ford Figo Facelift was launched on the 15th of October. It gets minor cosmetic upgrades along with addition of new features. Two new colors are added to the line-up - blue and yellow.



Maruti Suzuki launched Alto 800 on the 16th of October. It is the biggest upgrade to the Alto in the past 12 years. The vehicle gets new exteriors and interiors and minor mechanical updates.

Tata Indigo Manza Club Class was launched on the 16th of October. It gets minor changes and addition of new features. A 75 BHP version of the Quadrajet diesel engine is offered as well.

Tata Indigo Manza Club Class was launched on the 16th of October. It gets minor changes and addition of new features. A 75 BHP version of the Quadrajet diesel engine is offered as well.



Tata Safari Storme was finally launched on the 17th of October. Although similar in dimensions as the old Safari, the Storme gets massive upgrades underneath, making it a much better vehicle than before.

Maruti Suzuki launched Alto 800 on the 16th of October. It is the biggest upgrade to the Alto in the past 12 years. The vehicle gets new exteriors and interiors and minor mechanical updates.

SsangYong Rexton was launched on the 17th of October. It is the first SsangYong vehicle in India and will be sold through the existing Mahindra dealership network.

Chevrolet Spark Facelift is expected to be launched around 23-25th October. It receives cosmetic upgrades to the interiors and exteriors and there are no mechanical changes to the car.

Honda launched the Brio Automatic on the 18th of October. It features a 5-speed automatic gearbox, which is a first for its segment (rivals use 4-speed AT). It will be offered in S (O) and V variants.

Chevrolet Sail U-VA will be launched in the first week of November. It is the replacement of the Aveo U-VA and will be available in both petrol and diesel engine options.

Mahindra will open bookings for the all-wheel drive version of the XUV500 in early November. Bookings for the XUV AWD were closed due to production constraints.

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