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  2. Isuzu is going to be launching the V-Cross facelift launch soon and the first batch of vehicles has already started reaching dealerships. It appears that Isuzu will continue to equip the V-Cross with 2.5 litre engine and manual gearbox. It will likely be priced around Rs 75k more than the outgoing model. An automatic gearbox will come a little while later, mostly with the introduction of the BSVI 1.9 diesel engine. Photo credit: Tharun Rajeev
  3. Renault's finally revealed the Triber! It measures under four metres in length. Powering the Triber will be an upgraded version of the Kwid’s 1.0-litre (BR10), three-cylinder petrol engine making 72hp and 96Nm of torque. This engine is the same 1.0 SCe petrol motor used in international models like the Renault Clio and Dacia Sandero. The only transmission option for the Triber at launch will be a 5-speed manual gearbox. You can find more info here: Here are all the highlights from the reveal event:
  4. It's not that they are not getting your messages. Its just that you are now being perceived as a disgruntled customer and once you have served them a legal notice all the niceties have ended. Wait for a reply to the legal notice you had sent them , hatch a game plan with your legal adviser to counter the might of the legal team of a corporate giant. If you still want to contact them here is the list of the most powerful people at M&M
  5. Yesterday
  6. Mahindra XUV300 NEW spy pics

    Autocar India's put up its review of XUV300 diesel AMT
  7. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    Wow, these Jimny's look quite convincing. At a glance, they are easy to confuse with actual three-door G-wagons, though sadly Mercedes no longer builds three-door iterations of the G-Wagon. This just proves how much potential the Jimny has in the modification department and I hope it makes its way to our market, the sooner the better.
  8. Revolt Motors has just revealed its first electric bike for India, the RV 400. You can pre-book the bike on Amazon for an amount of Rs 1,000. The bikes will only be available in Delhi, followed by NCR, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ahmedabad and Chennai in the next four months and deliveries are expected to begin in July 2019. The bike also has a limited top sped of 85kph and a claimed range of 156Km. What do you guys think of this new electric bike? You can read more about it here -
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  10. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    Looks like a tuner in China has made a body kit for the Jimny to make it look more like a Mercedes-AMG G63. What do you think of it? Source
  11. Renault has released a new teaser image of its upcoming sub-4 metre seven-seater. The new image of the Triber shows off the front end of the new car, though not in detail. Renault is going to unveil the Triber on June 19th. What do you guys think of the car from this teaser image? For more details, you can read this -
  12. Spied: Mahindra Thar facelift

    Mahindra has launched a special edition Thar - priced at Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) - to mark the end of production of the first generation of the SUV. Christened Thar 700, only 700 units of the model will be built and it's around Rs 50,000 more expensive than the standard Thar CRDe 4WD. It comes in two exterior paint shade options – Napoli black and Aqua Marine + gets five-spoke, 15-inch alloy wheels that were earlier available on the previous-gen Scorpio and Marksman, black decals on its bonnet lid, a silver finish on its front bumper and leatherette covers for the seats. You can find more info here:
  13. New spy pics! Think these are the clearest pics yet at the interior of the Seltos in India. What do you think of the interior? Source
  14. Yep, they've finally confirmed it!
  15. BS6 Complaint Vehicle available in India as of now

    It's a last push to get rid of the unsold inventory. There is also a plea in SC to allow sale of BS4 vehicles till June 2020 to facilitate sale of vehicles produced till 31 Mar 2020 With the SC earlier ruling that only BS6 vehicles will be registered post 1 April 2020 , would these vehicles that are BS4 be registered as BS6. I believe registration of BS6 vehicles as BS4 is foolishness as would be registering BS4 vehicles as BS6 A deliberate attempt to push unsold inventory of BS4 vehicles and also giving some headroom for sales of products of manufacturer's who have invested a lot in creating new engines , sadly these engines can't be sold post April 2020 , so a state of ambiguity has been created by certain sections with vested interests. Better to hold off purchases till April 2020 if you are someone who does not want to get fleeced either ways.
  16. BS6 Complaint Vehicle available in India as of now

    It's good to see manufacturers starting to roll out BS6 compliant vehicles. However, they will still get registered as BS4 in RTO's until 1-Apr-2020. Also availability of BS6 fuel is an issue out side Delhi-NCR, so owners should watch out for this.
  17. 390 Duke as first bike

    Hi all, I am new to this forum. Can anybody help me in deciding whether to go for the KTM 390 duke as a first bike or not? I know that it is powerful and light, but I just love it! I have previously ridden bikes like the Kawasaki Ninja 300, Yamaha R3 and Honda CBR250 and am a fairly sane rider. Use will be mostly for my daily commute to office and the occasional spirited highway runs. Any help/advice would be appreciated.
  18. The Maxus D90 looks quite promising as its proportions and overall appearance are very eye-pleasing. In this specification, I do believe the styling looks a bit over the top, but It still comes across as a handsome SUV. Also, if I'm not wrong, it trumps its competitors in terms of its dimensions. Hopefully, it comes equipped with a good engine and gearbox combination. Hence in my personal opinion, this SUV will be a good fit and a valuable addition to MG India's line-up, though only if the pricing is competitive and the fit and finish if on par with the competition if not better.
  19. Autocar India recently reported that MG is expected to bring the 7-seat Maxus D90 SUV (from its parent company SAIC’s portfolio) to India before Diwali 2020. It will rival the likes of the Fortuner and Endeavour. You can find more info on that here: Came across some images of the latest-gen model sold in China. What do you think of it - will it be a good fit for the India market? Image source
  20. Honda city facelift

    Images of the fifth generation of the Honda City have surfaced online. The images have been taken somewhere in Thailand and from the images, it appears that the new City slightly wider and longer than the outgoing car. What do you guys think of the upcoming City? you can read more about it here -
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    Looking for a new SUV Whats your Budget 12 L (ex-showroom, taxes extra) can stretch to a maximum basic price of 12.25 L Kms driven monthly 1100 kms (average) Bodyshell SUV City/Highway split 80:20 Max No.of Passangers - 2 Most of the time Boot space Importance - Low Usage by - Mid aged executive Ownership - City Safety - High Are you OK with pre-owned NO Is Aftersale price an Imp. factor NO Is Lower GC a problem- Would prefer higher GC How long you can wait- One month Softcorner'd Manufacturer - FORD / HYUNDAI Prime requirement - Safety, Infotainment System, Driveability I am looking for a MT diesel SUV and as per my budget, following are in range : 1. Ford Ecosport Diesel Titanium S 2. Creata S 1,.4 CRdi 3. Hyundai Venue Diesel - Top model (MT) Can you advise me on one of three OR suggest a better one. Thanks in advance.
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  24. First walkaround I've come across of the base variant of the Venue. It's available only with the 1.2-litre petrol (Priced at Rs 6.50 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi) and 1.4-litre diesel engine (priced at Rs 7.75 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi), both with manual transmission. ABS with EBD, dual-airbags, parking sensors, day-night mirror, central locking, speed-sensing door locks, seat belt pretensioners, child seat mounts, wheel caps, front power windows, air-con, power steering with tilt adjustment are part of the standard equipment.
  25. MG eZS

    The all-electric MG eZS has been spotted testing in India. Here are a few spy shots. You can read more about the eZS-
  26. Well thank you so much for such an healthy reply, thats what i am shocked about all these things are clearly visible with naked eyes still they didn't believed moreover they tried to save there dealer and just ended up with a fool reply that we did not found any paint history in our records so this is something you might have done yourself. And yes i am all the way ready buckles tight up , not gonna leave any single effort . Can you suggest me some places apart from twitter because i am putting tweets daily with pictures but there no one seems to be bothered, moreover i am tagging Mr. Anand Mahindra and Mr. Goenka both still useless.
  27. If the dents are so far into the frame , it's safe to presume that everything before it would have been destroyed to reach that far. They may have used salvaged parts from other vehicles or would have straightened bent parts , that can also explain why there is so much rusting on a new vehicle. The body frame damage could also mean some mechanical engine trouble later on , depending how bad the accident was. Vehicle alignment also suffers depending on what angle it was hit at. No question this is a shoudy repair job post an accident while the vehicle was with the dealer because I have no reason to doubt you. Glad to see you are willing to go the whole way that clearly shows how badly this has affected you. That being said take care of yourself , don't get too much worked up and let it affect your health as you clearly understand this is a long walk and you cannot let yourself get stressed out so early in the process. M&M not responding and blaming you for everything is unforgiving. Name and shame them on every opportunity you get.
  28. Spied: Mahindra Thar facelift

    Came across these on Facebook... Source
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