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  1. This video gives a nice up-close look at the updated Everest/Endeavour... It's expected to launch in India sometime next year!
  2. Another rendering showing what a crossover variant of the new Ertiga could look like. Source Head over HERE to find out more about the recently-revealed new Eritga
  3. Some new images of the new RE Classic 500 Pegasus in India. Internationally, this bike is available in two shades – Olive Drab Green and Service Brown. But India will only get the Service Brown colour. Differences between the Pegasus and the standard Classic 500 include a Pegasus logo on the fuel tank and the canvas panniers, leather strap with brass buckles on the battery box, brown handlebar grips, and an ‘RE’ tank badge that’s similar to the one used on the Flying Flea. It also gets a unique serial number painted on the tank in large font. Enhancing its retro appeal are blacked-out elements like the exhaust muffler, engine, rims, handlebar and headlight bezel. For more info, you can head HERE Image source
  4. Some new images of the facelifted Tucson. Powertrain options in Europe include a new 1.6-litre CRDi diesel (available with two output options - 115hp and 136hp), 1.6-liter GDi and T-GDi petrol units. The Premium trim level gets a 2.0-liter CRDi, with a 48v mild hybrid system (pictured below). However, as reported by Autocar India HERE, we can expect the India-spec car to continue with the current engine options - the 155hp, 2.0-litre petrol engine and the 185hp, 2.0-litre diesel motor. Source
  5. Finally some more pics of the facelifted Endeavour (Everest in international markets). Ford's launched the SUV in Thailand, where it gets some minor styling updates mainly on the front with an updated grille, bumper and headlamp inserts. Under the hood, the facelifted Endeavour (Everest) gets an all-new 2.0-litre diesel motor, which was introduced internationally on the Ranger pickup truck, along with a new 10-speed automatic. It comes with two output options – a 180hp/420Nm variant and a twin-turbo 213hp/500Nm one. While this engine will be available on the SUV sold in most international markets, it won’t make it to India. Inside, the infotainment system sees an inclusion of Ford’s Sync 3 interface. As far as safety goes, it gets autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection. As reported by Autocar India HERE the current engine line-up on the India-spec Ford Endeavour SUV will see an update to make them sail through the stricter BS-VI emission norms that will come into play sometime in 2020.
  6. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    Here's a walkaround video of the new Jimny Sierra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhikTYmZEn8 While the base Jimny gets a 660cc petrol engine, the Jimny Sierra gets Suzuki’s new 1.5-litre petrol engine. It also gets a a higher ground clearance of 210 mm and wheel arch extensions
  7. Found this pretty cool rendering showing what a hotter (possible Si) version of the Amaze could look like! What do you think of it? Source
  8. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    And we finally have in-depth walkaround videos! Check out the video HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVrh6AVhkA4
  9. Spy shots: 2014 Hyundai Elantra facelift

    Came across some new pics showing the faceifted Elantra undisguised! What do you think of the more angular styling? Head over here to find out what's new on the refreshed Elantra: https://goo.gl/c1u8Lh
  10. We already know that as part of their partnership Maruti Suzuki will supply the Baleno and Vitara Brezza to Toyota, while Toyota will produce the Corolla for Maruti. But what about the new Ertiga? This is what a Toyota-badged Ertiga could look like... What are your thoughts? Source
  11. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    Finally a video showing the new Jimny in action!
  12. Kia Motors to debut in India soon

    No news yet on whether Kia is planning to bring the Rio hatchback here... but I think it could be a great fit in the Indian market! Found some neat walkaround videos giving a closer look at the interior and exterior of the car:
  13. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    The new Jimny and Jimny Sierra have started reaching dealerships in Japan! Source
  14. Honda's working on two new SUV's for India. This rendering gives a pretty neat idea of what a future 7-seat SUV based on the new HR-V could look like. Source
  15. Rendering: 2017 Renault Duster

    Just came across this video showing the new Duster take on some tough terrain! Do you think it could help Renault claw back lost ground in India?