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  1. Hi, I'm looking to buy a car in the 15-20 lac range and my options are dwindling between Octavia, Jeep Compass and Corolla Altis. I do know that while there are two sedans and one SUV, I'm really okay with anything provided they meet my requirement which is mainly: After sales maintenance / service costs Drive quality after 4-5 years as I intend to keep it for a long term. My daily driving routine is just around 2-5 kms from home-work-home and I've been driving the Honda Civic since many years now and been in love with the ride, comfort, quality, maintenance and after sales service. I've owned a Chevrolet earlier and owning it was a pain! Any owners of the above cars (except Jeep of course) can shed light on what has been their experience owning these cars?
  2. These are the first leaked photographs of the next-generation Toyota Corolla.Toyota had showcased a saloon concept called the Corolla Furia at January’s Detroit Motor Show, which was believed to preview the new Corolla’s styling. From these first pictures it seems that although much of the aggressive detailing has been toned down for production, the car’s basic shape and sharp lines have remained faithful to the concept. The styling also appears to be heavily influenced by Toyota’s other recently launched international models – the Rav4 and Auris, and there are hints of the new Camry in there as well. The front looks very Etiosish to me really. Read the whole story here: http://www.autocarindia.com/News/331472,new-2014-toyota-corolla-leaked.aspx
  3. hey people i am new to this forum. i live in gurgaon pls advise me on buying a new car...i am trying to give you my requirements as detailed as possible automatic transmission is MUST petrol or diesel doesn't matter both city and highway driving self driving running approx. 500 kms per month budget around 20lacs preferably sedan but can also consider SUV should be comfortable, good ride & handling, safety features i am considering: VW jetta, Skoda octavia, Toyota Corolla altis you may please add more suggestions.... should i spend extra for skoda superb should i wait for Audi A3 i already have VW polo petrol & Honda brio AT petrol....satisfied with both please give your valuable advice & opinions
  4. Toyota Motor Corporation, has introduced two new variants of its flagship vehicle, the Corolla Altis sedan. The petrol variant is referred to as 1.8 JS and the diesel powered variant is called D-4D JS. Both variants have been loaded with extra equipment, with an aim of lifting sales in the D segment of Indian auto market. New features include dual airbags and a touchscreen music system equipped with an USB port. The petrol JS has been priced at Rs. 11.74 lakh and the D-4D JS is available for Rs. 13.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
  5. Toyota has revealed its Toyota Corolla Furia concept car at the Detroit motor show, the firm’s first clues as to the future direction of its best-selling saloon. The Furia is the latest in a string of recent concepts from Toyota with bolder and more distinctive designs, following a personal plea from company chief Akio Toyoda for the firm to become more daring and break free of its conservative image and appeal to younger buyers. The concept is 4620mm long, 1805mm wide and 1425mm high, with a wheelbase of 2700mm giving it relatively short overhangs. The concept is boldest at its front, with the design a much more striking interpretation of the look found on the new European-market Auris.A sharply raked windscreen and low roofline ensure a lower sleeker profile than that of Toyota’s current Corolla. A usual array of more outlandish concept features make it onto the Furia, including 19in alloys, lashings of carbonfibre trim and a large rear diffuser with integrated exhausts. “The Corolla Furia Concept is an early indicator of where our compact car design may lead in the future,” said Toyota vice president Bill Fay at the concept’s unveiling in Detroit. He hoped the design “would surprise a lot of people". View the full gallery of the Furia here: http://www.autocarin...-gallery,1.aspx
  6. Hi, I am planning to buy a new Diesel D-Segment Sedan... Well the choices are many like - Hyundai Neo Fluidic Elantra Chevrolet Cruze Toyota Corolla Altis Skoda Laura Volkswagen Jetta Renault Fluence But out of these I shortlisted the following: Hyundai Elantra 1.6L CRDI SX (M/T) 14.85 lakhs Chevrolet Cruze 2.0L VCDI LTZ (M/T) 14.77 lakhs Toyota Corolla Altis 1.4L D-4D 15.3 lakhs *ex showroom Delhi Now there were initially only the first two cars which i like but seeing the brand reliability of toyota, i considered Altis... VW and Skoda are too expensive and featureless and Fluence too is price and styling is too french which i dont like... From the above three which car should i go for? Main criteria: Fuel Efficiency, Features, Space & Comfort... Chevrolet cruze because of the sunroof has a headroom issue for which seats need to be lowered as its not comfy else... Elantra appeals by its style, features and tremendous space inside while altis is too old and dull... Also Elantra pampers me with ventilated seats, bluetooth & hell lots of features along with safety... Cruze offers less than elantra but one good feature i.e sunroof which creates headroom problem and altis looks too plain... Also i am wondering that many say cruze fuel efficiency is quite low around 10-12 in city... Which one should i go for?
  7. Toyota is now in process of readying its next-generation Corolla. These are the spy shots from Autoblog. The pictures show that the new Corolla would mimic styling cues from the new Camry and also from the more upmarket Avalon Saloon. (Sold only in North America). We recently saw the new Camry for India and it looks like a Mini-Lexus, and now one can easily expect the next Corolla to follow suit. Story source: http://www.autoblog..../#photo-5233518
  8. Ok guys, so Honda finally decides to kill the once beloved Civic Saloon. Personally speaking, I am still a fan of its looks and interiors. It still looks as fresh to me as it was when it was launched. Also, tempting deals on 2007-08 Civics make me feel happy that pure Civic fans can buy a pre-owned one for as low as 4.5 lakh in some cities thanks to the ever increasing petrol price. and it makes me sad to see such a good car going for super cheap prices. As always, ACI has got this scoop, here are more details http://www.autocarin...g-on-civic.aspx