DreamTheCar

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  1. Toyota Fortuner is here

    Check out this blog. It seems really informative and interesting. http://blog.carazoo.com/2009/08/expected-launch-of-toyota-fortuner.html
  2. Toyota Fortuner is here

  3. New laura realeasing on the 20th of May

    Skoda Laura for 2009 was launched on May 20th.The new Laura is out in the market with modern styling, dynamism, luxury without compromising on power. Under the hood it offers an option of three engines-1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine, 1.9-litre and 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine. These powerful revolutionary engines as stated by the company assure a lifetime driving comfort. The transmission is also seen with various options like a six-speed DSG automatic transmission, Six- speed manual transmission, 5-speed manual transmission, Triptronic-sequential manual gear selection and also dual mode automatic with Sport mode. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com
  4. Fiat Grande Punto spied testing!!

    Must agree that these are the beautiful shots of Grande Punto. This small car from the stable of Fiat is expected enter the India on June 17th with three variants.Active, Dynamic, and Emotion. It will be seen in both petrol and diesel version. Just like sedan Linea this model too will be produced at the at Ranjangaon near Pune in Maharashtra with nearly 60-70 percent of the car parts are localized. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com DreamTheCar2009-06-03 10:23:14
  5. Useless features in a car

    I really don't feel that there are any features in a car that is useless.. Every is self explanatory. whether it be a cruise control or for instance heated seats. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com
  6. 2009 Skoda Laura Launched

    Skoda India launched all new Laura in the market with modern styling, dynamism, luxury without compromising on power. Under the hood it offers an option of three engines-1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine, 1.9-litre and 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine. These powerful revolutionary engines as stated by the company assure a lifetime driving comfort. The transmission is also seen with various options like a six-speed DSG automatic transmission, Six- speed manual transmission, 5-speed manual transmission, Triptronic-sequential manual gear selection and also dual mode automatic with Sport mode. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com DreamTheCar2009-05-22 09:52:18
  7. Hyundai launched Accent eco LPG

    The company has already has the Eco version of Santro and now with the sedan version too is a wise decision. The demand for LPG cars are going high in India as it is low maintenance and also easy availability.Accent is already available in petrol, diesel and CNG version in India. Coming to its price, the car is nearly Rs 35,000 more than the petrol version. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com
  8. Small car

    Hi Friend! In my opinion it is better to opt between Ritz and i10. Getz is not that impressive in its performance. i10 with its kappa engine is always a performer but Ritz is not bad either with Maruti's K-series engine. Both the cars are good in their own terms. Ritz is still more better as its is spacious and tall too which allows easy entry/exit. Besides as it is from Maruti....the servicing as well as the low maintananceis the added advantage. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com
  9. MARUTI 800/OMNi MAY NOT BE PHASED OUT

    The Indian car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki announces that it will be modifying all its models which will also include Maruti 800 and Omini to meet Bharat Stage IV emission norms.The company recieved a very good response with the its new K-series engine that offered better mielage reducing the emission. Now once these model meet the latest emission norms there is no question of M800 being phased out.It is great car that i dont see any genuine reason for its to be phased out once it meets the norms. Tamanna Khanna Indian Car Advisor www.carazoo.com
  10. Honda Jazz SPOTTED

    Honda Jazz will hit the Indian roads by by June with the price tag of Rs 7 lakh.The car which is the first small car from Honda which will create a sensation in the market.
  11. New Honda City AT

    Hi AShah! You have made a wise decision by opting for Honda City automatic. It is a great car with a blend of performance, style and feature. Every thing is good about this car. Go ahead with your decision. All the best.
  12. Honda Civic

    Though there are speculation in the car market, currently there is no confirmation about the upgraded version of Civic. When Honda has rolled out the upgraded version of City and Accord, then definitely Civic will be next in the list.
  13. Confirmed: Jaguar-Land Rover

    It is a good news that finally Jaguar and Land Rover are coming to India. From the the Jaguar range models like XF and the XKR whereas Land Rover will introduce Discovery and Range Rover in the Indian Market.
  14. Wagon R or i10 or Indica Vista

    Keeping in mid your requirements, i suggest WagonR. It is one of the best hatchback even for long driving. Another advantage of going for Maruti brand is that its service stations are available almost in every nook and corner. Compared to the Tata, even the car components are cheaper.
  15. Ikon or logan diesel

    Ford Ikon Diesel (Rs 5,19,000-Ex-Showroom Price-New Delhi) MAhindra Renault Logan 1.5 DLE- Rs 5,88,266 Mahindra-Renault Logan 1.5 DLX Rs 6,30,936 Mahindra-Renault Logan 1.5 DLS Rs 6,76,419 Mahindra-Renault Logan 1.5 DLS ABS Rs6,95,801 If ypu ask me Li would suggest Logan as Ikon does not possesses the power that it used to once upon a time. Logan is with the Renault engine is always ahead of Ikon.