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The Engine will start soon for Maruti Suzuki XL6…!!

The country’s most popular company, Maruti Suzuki are going to launch the much-awaited XL6 premium MPV on 21 August 2019 as confirmed by them itself. Bookings were open a few days back for a token amount of Rs 11,000 just as other cars. Maruti Ertiga Marazzo XL6 Length in mm 4395 4585 4445 Width in mm 1735 1866 1775 Height

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Is Toyota Glanza Different from Maruti Suzuki Nexa.?

For the first glance, Glanza can be mistaken as Baleno because both are from one root i.e. Suzuki, the only way to spot is the branding logo. As per agreement Suzuki is sharing its vast selling Baleno with Toyota and there are some pros and cons of this venture like: Baleno vs Glanza Offerings: Glana is Available with 1.2 L

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TATA 45X likely to be named as…

Before the Geneva, its teaser play time for Tata and one after another Tata is unveiling the six letter name words by words, and as said by Tata it’s new hatch name is derived from “an agile seabird.” Previous teaser dropped the first letter A, as expected earlier was named as Aquila but then another teaser shows the third word i.e. T, so it could be named as Altroz derived from Albatross.

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Mahindra XUV300 Launched at Starting price of 7.90lakhs

The cheetah inspired Suv by homegrown automobile manufacturer Mahindra is launching its compact suv in India. Mahindra is its younger XUV is offering such an amazing overall package of features, looks and reliability that no other brand is offering in this segment, and surely Mahindra got benefit of 4000 bookings prior to launch.

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Third-Gen Maruti Suzuki Alto spied testing

Alto, One of the most successfull and top selling hatch wheels by Maruti Suzuki is finally getting an update after very long. The update became sort of necessary for Alto in term of Features and latest safety norms. Alto is serving civilization since 2000 when its first model was launched in India after Maruti 800, being a compact car Alto

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12th Gen India spec Toyota Corolla Launching in 2020

Toyota confirmed 12th avatar of Toyota Corolla will be launching in India in 2020 with blue badge that means Toyota Corolla will be powered with new BS-VI engine with complimenting hybrid technology.
New Toyota Corolla is styled aggressive then its predecessor: Dual LED DRL setup, fog lamps placed in extreme corners resting on large C- chrome inserts and a large grille in front and led taillamps in rear, 16″ diamond cut alloys
Inside, the cabin is clean and premium looking offering dual tone soft touch dash and floating entertainment screen
Though Corolla as per technology is a strong contender among upcoming Honda Civic, Skoda Octavia and Hyundai Elantra but pricing matters.

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TATA Tiago VS Hyundai Santro Vs Maruti Wagon R Vs Datsun GO- whats your choice.

This year and last year there are lots of launches in the automobile industry and every brand is offering its best amenities in the segment and trying to standout by adding some premium features and innovations in both budget and premium cars leaving customers confused what to buy!. TATA Tiago and Renault Kwid when launched was offering premium features which

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Latest News about Upcoming Maruti Suzuki WagonR

The year 2018 ended with launches of amazing cars including new launches, model comebacks and lots of facelifts and then 2019 started with launch news of trendsetter TATA Harrier, premium wagon Mercedes V-Class, and top seller Maruti Suzuki Wagon R 7th generation which became mandatory for Wagon R after the launch of its true rival Hyundai Santro in 2018, which

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Maruti Suzuki Baleno Facelift – Will it still be the Market Leader??

Maruti Suzuki Baleno was launched way back in 2015 and has been one of top 10 selling cars with more than 10,000 Balenos selling every month. With 3 years passed, Maruti is in the works to give us the Facelifted Baleno, expectedly in June 2019. The Facelifted version is expected to get a few cosmetic changes only and no changes to mechanicals.

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