The Creta facelift builds on the mighty successful prior models Pros Powerful new 1.5 turbo-petrol engine Just the right size Excellent fit-and-finish Sober styling will be more universally liked Improved ride quality Cons DCT has noticeable lag in shifts Turbo-petrol restricted to top variant and AT Seat bolstering could be better No wireless Android Auto/ […]
Hyundai has released a teaser confirming the launch of the Creta facelift this month. According to the pictures, it seems that the Creta will receive comprehensive updates inside and out along with a new engine and new features. Expect it to be priced at a premium of the current car between Rs. 12-20 Lakhs (Ex-showroom).
The adventure edition brings exterior and feature changes Two and four variants for Creta and Alcazar respectively New Ranger Khaki paint Sage Green interiors Hyundai has launched the Adventure Editions of the Creta and Alcazar at a price of Rs. 15.17 Lakhs and Rs. 19.04 Lakhs (Ex-showroom) respectively. The new editions get some cosmetic changes
The facelift brings forward major updates all-around New 1.5 turbo-petrol Panoramic sunroof Comprehensive styling changes Kia has launched the facelifted Seltos at a price of Rs. 10.89 Lakhs (Ex-showroom). It gets extensive revisions to the styling and equipment list. It is now offered in three trim lines- Tech Line, GT Line and X-Line which brings
The Kushaq Matte Edition gets based on the Style trim Limited to 500 units Rs. 40,000 premium over standard variants Limited to 500 units As a part of Skoda’s initiative to keep their range updated, the Kushaq Matte edition has been launched at Rs. 16.19 Lakh(Ex-showroom). It is based on the Style trim and gets
The Virtus and Taigun get variant updates and GT Edge limited collection Virtus 1.5TSI introduced with a manual transmission Taigun gets DSG option in second-from-top GT trim GT Edge limited collection gets new colour options. Volkswagen has updated the their two most popular models in their lineup- the Virtus and Taigun. Both cars get new
The new mid-size SUV marks Honda’s re-entry to the SUV segment in India Based on City platform 1.5L Petrol only ADAS, Single-pane sunroof part of equipment Honda has taken the wraps off its mid-size SUV, christened the Elevate. It marks Honda’s re-entry for the SUV bodystyle after the CR-V was discontinued in 2021. The Elevate
Honda is all set to launch Elevate SUV. It will be unveiled on June 6th. Based on City platform 1.5L petrol engine Will measure~4.3m Honda has teased its first new product in almost 3 years- an SUV named Elevate. They will take the wraps off the car on June 6th. It is expected to share