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  1. Pics: Next gen Nissan Sunny

    Stumbled across these images while passing time on the internet. It's the test mules of the next-gen Nissan Sunny or Versa as it's called abroad. Source
  2. Found this video by Desi Geeek on Youtube. The guy created a render of the Duke 125 as an adventure motorcycle. What do you all think? Should KTM actually build one? They do have an RC 125 in international markets
  3. Here's a list of some of the accessories available for the Endeavour. You can read more about it here >>
  4. Honda Civic. Why was it discontinued?

    Yes I admit, I missed out the Yaris but I'm talking in prices generally, City prices are really up there in both petrol and diesel and you do get a Verna with the 1.6 petrol a good few lakhs under the equivalent City petrol if you go spec for spec. Run through one of the many sites with car buying guides and see. The city is very much one of the most expensive in the segment.
  5. Honda Civic. Why was it discontinued?

    In all honesty, the City is currently the most expensive car in the segment. Even the Vento with the TSI engine and DSG gearbox in the top trim costs less than the top end City. And the Verna is cheaper across the board when compared to the City as well.
  6. Spypics: Next Hyundai Sonata EDIT: Now leaked

    Here are some more images of the new Sonata. Source 1 Source 2
  7. All-new Maruti Ertiga launched

    Suzuki is readying a sportier variant of the popular Ertiga called the Ertiga GT which is set to debut in international markets later this month. Cosmetic changes include a sportier body kit, subtle red accents, a unique grille, rear spoiler, all-black alloy wheels, and a 'GT' badge finished in red. The cabin reportedly will be all-black with only minor cosmetic tweaks. Here are some of the first images of the sporty MPV. Read more about the sportier Ertiga here:
  8. Kia Telluride SUV

    Here is a walkaround video of Kia's largest SUV, the Telluride Kia revealed the Telluride at the Detroit motor show back in January. The SUV has been specifically designed with the US market in mind and features three rows of seating along with an all-wheel-drive layout. The new SUV also sports a plush interior, with an option of captain seats in the second row. Powering this SUV is a 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine that’s good for 291hp and 355Nm of torque. For now, this will be the only powertrain on offer. However, when this car was showcased as a concept at the 2016 Detroit motor show, there were hints of a possible hybrid powertrain as well. Read more about the SUV here >>
  9. Pics of Modified cars in INDIA

    Wish I could take the credit but the car's not mine. Ran across the link passing time on youtube. It is quite nicely done though.
  10. Pics of Modified cars in INDIA

    We've seen people go to town in modifying their cars. Here is a Swift with a much more subtle approach. IT started out life as a regular mid-level VDi diesel before it got these cosmetic updates Mesh grille, red inserts on the front, larger and wider wheels, aftermarket projector headlamps, a diffuser on the rear bumper, quad tail-pipes and a blacked out roof and a roof-mounted spoiler.
  11. Tata has taken the wraps off of the seven-seat derivative of the Harrier - the H7X SUV - and also revealed its name - the Buzzard. Also based on Tata's OMEGA platform as the Harrier, the Buzzard shares the same wheelbase as the former though it is 61mm longer and will get a more powerful diesel engine. You can read more about the Buzzard here >>
  12. Pics of Modified cars in INDIA

    Meet the Archer, a modified Hyundai Creta. No chrome across the grille, a sporty front bumper, no black body cladding, rear bumper with diffuser, after-market tail-lamps, blacked-out roof and wing mirrors, and a rather noticeable roof-mounted spoiler. Let's not forget the Radi8 alloy wheels or that dual-tip Akrapovic exhaust. Cabin too hasn't been left stock, there's red leather across the dash, steering, and seats and on that point, those front seats aren't stock Creta seats either. What do you guys think? Tastefully done or does it feel overdone in some aspects? Source

    Jeep has revealed a new Compass Night Eagle edition that it will be showcasing at Geneva. It gets 19-inch black finished alloys, gloss black trim and an all-black cabin. Take a look at the Night Eagle and other Jeeps headed to Geneva here >>
  14. The refreshed Ignis now gets reverse parking sensors, a speed alert system and a passenger side seatbelt reminder as standard with the Zeta and Alpha variants also getting roof rails as standard. There are no mechanical changes. The hatchback continues to be sold via Maruti’s Nexa premium dealerships and is now priced from Rs 4.79 lakh to Rs 7.14 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). More details here:
  15. Skoda has released images and details of its smallest SUV, the Kamiq, ahead of its public debut at the 2019 Geneva motor show. The new Kamiq, which sits below the Karoq and Kodiaq in Skoda’s international line-up, also hints at the first model under parent company Volkswagen’s India 2.0 plan for our market. The Kamiq gets two 1.0-litre turbo-petrol options – 95hp and 115hp – and a 1.5 TSI turbo-petrol with 150hp. The diesel offering is a 1.6 TDI with 115hp. Skoda will also offer a CNG powertrain in some international markets. Gearbox options will include a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. The Kamiq will only be offered in front-wheel-drive format, but will also be available with an optional Sport Chassis Control, which lowers the SUV by 10mm, and includes adjustable shock absorbers. India will get a modified version of the MQB A0 platform that is meant to be used in emerging markets. For India, this architecture will be called MQB A0 IN. Skoda will showcase a close-to-production concept of the India-spec Kamiq at the upcoming Auto Expo 2020 in Delhi next year. You can head here for more info: Check it out in this walk around: