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  1. Suzuki Jimny ! This is the right time

    Suzuki has a Jimny Tough concept on display at the 2019 GIIAS. This one comes equipped with more off-road ready tyres, winch, fog lights, LED lights on the front roof and some more equipment. Ground clearance has also increased from 210mm to 360mm Image source 1 Image Source 2
  2. Looks like Toyota will bring its Vellfire luxury MPV to India, with launch set to take place in October 2019. A leaked brochure shot confirms it will come with a petrol-hybrid powertrain, which pairs a 150hp, 2.5-litre engine and a 143hp electric motor (combined output is rated at 145hp), and sends power to all four wheels via a CVT. The brochure also confirms some of the features that’ll be part of the Vellfire’s equipment list. Specified with the ‘Executive Lounge’ package, the Toyota Vellfire will get two large thrones for the middle row passengers that not only get their very own ottomans, but are also powered, ventilated and can be reclined; this package also gets powered sliding doors and tailgate, two sunroofs, three-zone automatic climate control, mood lighting, individual tray tables, seven airbags and an option of a black or beige interior. You can head here for more info: Came across this walkaround, giving a closer look at the MPV:
  3. The Triber will be display at the 2019 GAIKINDO Indonesia International Auto Show... interesting to note that it will be available in Indonesia with 14-inch alloy wheels and 15-inch black alloy wheels. What do you think of the black alloys? Source
  4. New Suzuki Gixxer 155 spied

    Suzuki's just launched the 2019 Gixxer 155 at Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), making it Rs 12,000 more expensive than the older model. It gets a new headlight and tail light. Like the SF, the naked Gixxer also features the same chrome-tipped double-barrel exhaust and the fully digital instrument cluster. It's powered by he same 154.9cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine from its faired counterpart and makes an identical 14.1hp and 14Nm of torque. Like the SF, the naked Gixxer uses fuel-injection as its sole fuelling method. Single-channel ABS comes as part of standard equipment. You can head here for more info: Came across this walkaround giving a closer look:
  5. Autocar India has compiled and verified a list of 35 Kia dealerships across the country:
  6. The facelifted CR-V was recently spied in the US. From the spy pics it looks like the only changes appear to be a revised grill, updated headlamps , trapezoidal exhaust tips and an updated rear design. Found these renders showing what it could look like: Source Here are the spy pics for comparison: Spy pics source
  7. Pics of Modified cars in INDIA

    Another dual-tone customisation. This particular one for the Glanza is done at the dealer level and includes the roof, ORVMs, and foglamp housings painted in cherry red. What do you think of it?
  8. New Hyundai i10 spied; EDIT: Grand i10 Launched

    Looks like Hyundai will launch the second-gen Grand i10 in India on August 10. Head here for more info:
  9. Renault Duster facelift

    Renault has launched the updated Duster in India. The two engines powering the new Duster are carried forward from its predecessor. The diesel-AMT combination is now available only on the top-spec RxZ variant (the pre-facelift model had it in the mid-spec RxS variant). Sp, the price of the new Duster AMT is around Rs 60,000 more than the outgoing model. The more powerful Duster 110hp continues to be available with all-wheel drive (AWD) but now on the mid-level RxS instead of the top-spec RxZ variant, which has seen prices drop by about Rs 60,000. Prices: You can head here for more info:
  10. The 2019 Gixxer 155 was recently spied completely undisguised, hinting at a launch some time soon. The spy pic clearly shows the new headlight design. The fuel tank, fork, split seat and the alloy wheels all seem to have been carried forward from the faired Gixxer SF. You can head here for more info: Image source: Jithin Jose
  11. Next-gen Hyundai Creta / Hyundai ix25

    The next-gen ix25 has been spied once again... it's expected to be launched in China in August this year. Source
  12. The Kia website's new 360 degree feature gives a look at the different colour options for the Seltos, along with a better look at the GT and Tech trims. Kia says the GT Line is more youth oriented with a focus on design and innovative features, while the Tech Line is more family oriented with a focus on comfort and technology. Seltos GT Line Seltos Tech EDIT: Came across these images showing the Seltos finished in black. Thought I'd add these here too Source
  13. Renault Duster facelift

    Renault has just released a teaser for the Duster facelift! The teaser appears to confirm it will get projector headlights and a new, chrome-embellished grille. Head here for more info:
  14. Found some more images giving a closer look at the updated XR-V SUV for international markets. The five-seat SUV gets CR-V-inspired front and rear styling. It shares some styling bits with the HR-V too, like the alloy wheel design, new wing mirrors and some other cosmetic bits on the outside. What do you think of it? Think something like this should be brought to India? Source
  15. New Ford Puma SUV

    Ford recently revealed the Puma crossover! It's powered a 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol coupled with a 48V mild-hybrid setup. This engine is available in two states of tune – 123hp and 152hp. Both versions get a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT gearbox. A 1.5-litre diesel with a 6-speed manual gearbox will also be offered. Inside, the Puma is fitted with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster that can be customised and a central infotainment system with Ford SYNC 3 offering Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Other features on offer include a 10-speaker B&O audio system, hands-free tailgate, adaptive rear parcel shelf, and a hidden storage cubby where you would usually find a spare wheel. You can head here for more info: Came across this quick walkaround giving a closer look. What do you think of it?