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  2. Pics: Special Edition Mahindra XUV500

    Loving the look of this XUV500 Moonraker mod from Mahindra Customisation. Modded to cater to long-distance touring, exterior changes include a new multi-pod fog lamp unit, off-road spec tyres, more body cladding, dune lamps mounted on the rooftop, a rooftop luggage box and aircraft styled exhaust pipes. Inside, it gets electrically-adjustable leather lounge seats, ambient lighting, 19-inch smart LED TV, WiFi connectivity, PlayStation 4, personal refrigerator, and a Rolls-Royce-like starlight headliner. It also gets live video conferencing system, live streaming footage of the occupants for safety, USB ports, 12V port and a 230-volt socket to charge devices. Source 1 Source 2
  3. What's so good about Avanza?

    Lots of talk about Toyota launching the all-new Avanza MPV in Indonesia in Jan 2019. Came across these renderings showing what it could look like: Source
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  5. Tata Harrier SUV revealed

    Read Both Review & Watched the Video Review, Tata Has done wonderfull Job ,How ever They forgot about Simple Yet More Usefull Future Of REAR PASSENGER DOOR SUN SHADE which i feel is more important in indian condition Than Sun roof ( Good They avoided Sunroof )
  6. Videos : Crash Test : Indian cars

    Results from Global NCAP's latest round of crash tests are out! The Tata Nexon (all units produced as from Dec 7, 2018) is the first made in India, sold in India car to achieve a 5 star rating, while the Marazzo (all units produced as from Nov 16, 2018) has achieved a 4 star result. Following the Nexon’s four star result earlier this year Tata has improved a number of safety features including making a Seat Belt Reminder (SBR) for driver and passenger a standard for all variants of the model. The Nexon received 3 stars for Child Occupant Protection and the Marazzo received 2 stars for Child Occupant Protection.
  7. Honda Civic. Why was it discontinued?

    Some more images of the facelifted Civic in Thailand. Honda's already started road-testing the car in India, with a launch slated for Feb 2019.
  8. New Toyota Innova

    Another take on what the facelifted Innova Crysta could look like. This one sports a new grille and bumper, new LED rear combination lamp, and two-tone polished alloy wheels. What do you think of it? Source
  9. Ford had updated Endeavour (Everest) on display at the 2018 Thai Motor Expo. You can check it out in this walkaround:
  10. Hyundai Palisade SUV spied

    Some more images of the new Palisade! Expected to go on sale in the US in 2020, it will be available as an eight-seater with three rows of seating or as a seven-seater with ventilated captain seats in the second row, instead of a bench. Features on the SUV include wireless charging, a 10.25-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, and the possibility to hook up two devices through Bluetooth at the same time – one for mobile phone connection and the other for audio streaming. It also has a head-up display, an intercom system, adaptive cruise control and a host of USB charging points dotted around the cabin. Hyundai claims that the roof-mounted AC vents provide a first-in-class diffused airflow, which can be set at partial or fully diffused. You can find more info here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-hyundai-palisade-suv-revealed-410637
  11. Here's the new five-seat Passport SUV. It will slot above the CR-V in Honda's US range. The Passport gets a single engine-gearbox combination – a 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine making 284hp and 355Nm of peak torque that is mated to a 9-speed torque convertor automatic transmission. While drive is sent to the front wheels as standard, customers can also spec the SUV with Honda’s i-VTM4 all-wheel-drive system. The cabin of the Honda Passport is claimed to be class leading due to its larger size and five-seat layout. In terms of features, it gets A 590-watt audio system with an 8.0-inch touchscreen (on the higher-spec models), which gets Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Lower trims get a 215-watt audio system with a 5.0-inch display. You can find more info here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-honda-passport-suv-revealed-410597 Here's an up-close look at the SUV:
  12. Tata Harrier SUV revealed

    Here's the new Harrier revealed in full! The Harrier shares its transversely-mounted 2.0-litre diesel engine and 6-speed manual gearbox with the Jeep Compass. However, in the Harrier, this motor will make 140hp and 350Nm compared to the Compass’ 173hp/350Nm powerplant. At launch, this will be the only powertrain option. It will be available in 5 colour options - Calisto Copper, Thermisto Gold, Ariel Silver, Telesto Grey and Orcus white When it comes to features, the Harrier gets a unique twin screen setup - an 8.8 inch infotainment display and 7.0-inch digital MID will share info with each other. Both screens will be able to display information such as turn-by-turn navigation, music and other infotainment data. For more info on what will be available with each trim of the new Harrier, you can head here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/tata-harrier-variant-breakup-revealed-410668
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  14. Mahindra S201 NEW spy pics

    The S201 SUV has been spied yet again! Received some new spy pics that offer a pretty up-close look at the interior. Autocar India has reported that the SUV will come with a sunroof, a large touchscreen, cruise control and even features like dual-zone climate control system. It will likely also get projector headlamps and daytime running lamps, while top-spec S201s are expected to come with stylish 17-inch alloy wheels. For more info, you can head here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/mahindra-s201-to-get-multiple-segment-first-features-409797
  15. Spied: New Bajaj Pulsar 150. Launch soon?

    Bajaj has launched the new Pulsar 150 Neon in India at Rs 64,998 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new Pulsar 150 Neon is basically the Pulsar 150 Classic with new colour options. The motorcycle is available in three shades – Neon Red, Neon Yellow and Neon Silver. All three versions feature neon highlights on the headlamp brows, badges, side-panel mesh, and the grab rail. Also, with the Neon Yellow edition, the Pulsar 150 gets a matte shade for the first time. Apart from the new colours, no cosmetic changes have been made to the 150cc motorcycle. For more info, you can head here: https://www.autocarindia.com/bike-news/bajaj-pulsar-150-neon-launched-at-rs-64998-410614
  16. Hyundai Palisade SUV spied

    Hyundai has finally revealed the new Palisade! The SUV is powered by a 3.8-lite petrol V6 making 291hp and 355Nm; an 8-speed automatic is standard and an AWD option is available too. Safety features on offer include nclude Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Following Assist, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist, Safe Exit Assist, High Beam Assist, Driver Attention Warning and Smart Cruise Control with Stop and Go. Inside, there's a 10.25-inch TFT infotainment screen. A one-touch button slides and flips the second row seat forward to ease access to the last row and the third row is power adjustable too. Check out this walkaround video:
  17. Honda Civic. Why was it discontinued?

    The facelifted Honda Civic has been launched in Thailand and is currently on display at the 2018 Thailand International Motor Expo 2018 and this is the one that will make its way to India. This one receives some subtle cosmetic changes - a new front bumper design, new fog lamp surround + a new horizontal chrome strip in the rear bumper diffuser area. Inside, there's an updated 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also features Honda's Sending advanced driving assistance system (only on the 1.5 RS model). The Honda Sensing suite includes adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow, lane keeping assist, road departure mitigation system, collision mitigation braking system, and automatic high-beam system. Autocar India recently revealed that Honda will bring the Civic sedan to India early next year. The India-bound Civic will come with a 140hp, 1.8-litre petrol engine mated to either a six-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. And, like the upcoming CR-V, the Civic will also be available with a diesel engine for the very first time (a 120hp, 1.6 litre unit). You can read more about that here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/honda-civic-india-launch-in-early-2019-409658 Source
  18. Spy shots: 2014 Hyundai Elantra facelift

    The facelifted Elantra has been spied in India once again! Hyundai will launch the new Elantra facelift in India sometime next year. It will rival other executive sedans like the Skoda Octavia, the Toyota Corolla Altis and the upcoming Honda Civic Source
  19. Hyundai Palisade SUV spied

    The new Palisade has been spied completely undisguised ahead of its reveal at the LA Motor Show! Source
  20. Tata Harrier SUV revealed

    Some fun renders based on the new Harrier have started popping up! What do you think of this 4x4 version? Source
  21. Next Hyundai Santa Fe caught testing in India

    Some new images of the latest-gen Santa Fe on display at the 2018 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show! As reported by Autocar India, the 2021 Tucson will effectively replace the Santa Fe. So the all-new Santa Fe - already on sale abroad - will not be launched in India. What do you think of this decision? Images source
  22. [Spied] Rexton Facelift maybe?

    Mahindra has launched the new Alturas G4 in India! The 2WD variant is priced at Rs 26.95 lakh, while the top-spec 4WD trim is priced at Rs 29.95 lakh (Introductory prices; all prices ex-showroom). Powering the Alturas G4 is a new 2.2-litre diesel engine by Ssangyong which puts out 178hp at 4000rpm and 420Nm of torque at 1600-2600rpm. The SUV uses a 7-speed Gtronic automatic gearbox borrowed from Mercedes. Features on offer with the top-spec Alturas G4 are an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 7-inch multi information display, quilted nappa leather seats, electronic parking brake, a sunroof, a 360-degree camera, HID headlamps with LED DRLs, powered tailgate and a two-zone climate control. Additionally, the front seats are ventilated with the driver’s seat getting powered adjustability and a memory function. You can head here for the complete equipment list: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/mahindra-alturas-price-variants-explained-410562
  23. Hello everyone, This is Rajeev Lama and I am updating after a long time. To be honest it’s been almost 5-6 years since my introduction to AutocarIndia. Life got busy but whenever I used to get free time I would hit the road and have been driving My Vento 1.6 TDI (NL-01H 4200)like crazy for the last 6-7 years and it has never disappointed. I have been doing road trips for 1000 km at a stretch and till date, my car never stopped nor gave me any tantrums or issues J. Like Volkswagen says “only Volkswagen can built Volkswagen” I would say yes they do J I have happily covered 2,01,634 kilometers till date on stock clutch, gearbox and the engine which has not been touched at all and trust me all these kilometers are mine meaning solo driving. JThe car still pulls like a dream and the mileage is almost the same. I have been into two accidents with this car. Once I was doing 140kmph on four lane highway and a bull came from nowhere and that poor chap got hit and lucky me only my bonnet got damaged as I happen to hit him on his belly. He was thrown about 10-15 feet and I don’t know whether he survived or not but I still feel bad when I have to think about it. but I still manage to drive the car till the service station where I was told that my carrier also broke and radiator too has developed some cracks and I need to replace them. I told them to do whatever is necessary and they did the same. Secondly, on a rainy day I was on the four lane highway doing around 120kmph which was not constructed fully and it had heaps of muds on road on left and on the right side. Somehow, I just happen to go over one and damage my bumper Jand the bumper got changed. Beside these nothing serious happened and those two incident never stopped me from hitting the highway. Other than 15000km interval servicing things that were changed as per the manual I guess were, timing belt at 1,20,000 km (there were no issue with the belt) but I was told that its mandatory at 1,20,000 km to change so I did. Water pump at around 1,40,000 km as the service guy told me that it’s a wearable part so I need to change so I did that also. Three ugly scene that actually happed at the service center which I came to know later. #1 I still remember the odometer reading as 1,38,000 km or somewhere around that, battery issue came up and it needed replacement which I did. On close inspection, I found out that my battery had been swapped at the service center as the manufacturing year (2010) of the battery and the car manufacturing year (2011) was different and it had a lot of gap (. But since, I was outstation I couldn’t do anything and I was out for quite sometime and I lost the interest to follow up #2 The other thing that was changed at service center was my engine insulator (I don’t know what it’s called the thing which is on the bonnet) which they replaced with an old torn one taking away my new one. #3 I had once complained about the rattling sound coming from the engine side and they told me that it’s the steering box issue. And since the car was in warranty I told them to do whatever is necessary and get it sorted. They actually raised the issue but my steering rack was never changed as it was taking time and I had to drive back home. They told me that I could change it next time to which I happily said okay and left. But when I visited the service center for the next servicing, I told them to change my steering box as well but to my utter surprise they told me that its already done and it’s in their system too. I had an argument but I couldn’t prove it. I was really pissed off but I couldn’t do anything as I didn’t have much idea how to follow up. Apart from these there were many small niggling issues but it just didn’t bother me as I loved the car and its built quality and I had full trust that it would never fail me and it did not even once. From my experience, I found out that it’s not the company that’s at fault but it’s the service engineer/mechanics. I don’t think that they should be called service engineers as they don’t know things properly nor they care for others car. They have this attitude of theirs and they always say “HOJAYEGA” and they tend to break some parts while opening and fitting things. I need some expert advice as I want to retain the car forever and keep driving. Things that needed to be done now and checked, replaced if I have to any parts so that I can continue to drive with any worries. I will keep updating and thanks for reading J
  24. Hyundai’s Carlino-based compact SUV has been spied testing in India again! Slated to arrive in the second half of 2019, it will rival the Tata Nexon and Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza. In production form, the compact SUV (codenamed QXi) will only retain a few elements from the Carlino concept displayed at the 2016 Auto Expo. The front grille will be a variation of Hyundai’s new-age cascading grille, while the split and almost Kona-like headlamps will be new additions. It’s also likely to resemble its big brother, the Creta, in profile. Source
  25. Mahindra S201 NEW spy pics

    Some new spy pics of the S201! in near-production form! Source
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