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Skoda Kushaq launched, starts at 10.49 lakh

New Delhi: The Volkswagen-owned Czech automaker Skoda Auto on Monday launched Kushaq SUV with an introductory price of INR 10,49,000 (ex-showroom) going up to INR 17,59,999 in India. Available in three trims of Active, Ambition and Style, the bookings for the new SUV are open.

With the new launch, Skoda Auto has forayed into the midsize SUV segment in India.

Mercedes India debuts GLA SUVs; starts at INR 42.10 lakh

New Delhi: India’s leading luxury car manufacturer Mercedes India on Tuesday announced the availability of the all-new GLA and the AMG GLA 35 4M across India where business is operational.

MG Motors launched Hector CVT at INR 16.51 lakh

New Delhi: MG India on Thursday launched the all-new Hector 2021’s  CVT option starting at Rs 16,51,800 (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

With the introduction of the CVT automatic transmission, MG offers 4 different options as part of its Hector 2021 petrol engine line-up: MT, Hybrid MT, CVT, and DCT.

Survey suggests, there is hope for car makers!

The auto industry has been in a very bad shape due to the lock-down in every country. The first quarter of 2020 has registered a big plunge in sales. Even the May-June period of FY 2020-21 is expected to take the hit.


This slowdown and halt in production are expected to curtail the prosperity of the Indian automobile industry even after situations of COVID-19 gets under control


Will OEMs bailout car dealers from the crisis?

The COVID-19 has affected the economy hard and all the industrial sector, especially the ones that operate offline, that is, in brick-and-mortar stores. Among the many sectors facing such a financial crisis, the auto industry is among the biggest sufferers after airlines & hospitality.


How will the Chinese car makers, the new entrants fair post Corona

The Indian automobile market is one of the largest in the world, both just sheer volume and profitability. Most of the foreign automakers doing business here have dedicated strategies that could drive success in a country that is hell-bent for efficiency and affordability.


What we want to see from the Toyota-Maruti merger

At present, the merger between Toyota and Maruti Suzuki is leading both of them to produce individual cars, such as the Glanza and the Baleno. It is understood that the manufacturers want to gain from each others’ experiences in the market and then make their cars better, but wouldn’t it be better if they focused more on rolling out a single car instead of two separate cars?

An ode to the Maruti Gypsy

The Maruti Gypsy is one SUV which has ruled the roads for a longer time than many of our ages. The Gypsy Maruti car has always been a highly capable off-roader with a rear wheel drive layout, managing to capture the most difficult terrains with minimum fuss. Not only has it won several rallies in India, but it was also the most favoured vehicle for the Indian Army until they recently decided to induct the Tata Safari Storme.


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