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Honda has just revised its WR-V range for 2019 and has added a new mid-level trim caller the 'V'. The new V trim is priced at Rs 9.95 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). In addition to the introduction of the new trim-level, Honda has also increased the amount of kit available on the base S trim level which now includes 16-inch alloy wheels with a gunmetal finish, automatic climate control with the touch control panel, among other features. You can read more about the updated Honda WR-V here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/mid-spec-honda-wr-v-v-priced-at-rs-995-lakh-413435
I have come across a video of the new Renault Kwid facelift spied testing on Indian roads. The updated hatchback's design has been inspired by the electric Renault KZE that was unveiled at the 2019 Shanghai motor show. Renault is expected to launch the Kwid facelift by the end of 2019 in our market. What do you think of the refreshed hatchback? You can read more here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/renault-kwid-facelift-launch-by-end-2019-412539
Volkswagen is readying another update to its ageing Polo and Vento range in the Indian market. This time, the refreshed Polo will not get just cosmetic tweaks, but will also see mechanical changes. A new set of images surfaced online give us the best look at the upcoming Polo and Vento. First up, the updated cars get new front styling which is quite similar to the high-performance limited edition Volkswagen GTI hatchback. Additionally, both cars get alloy wheels with grey finish and other minor cosmetic tweaks inside out. Under the hood, the TSI variants of the Polo and Vento will get a new BS-VI compliant 1.0-litre turbo-petrol unit replacing the 1.2-litre motor and also the 1.6-litre MPI petrol engine. The new VW 1.0-litre TSI motor is from the EA211 series and is likely to come with a 94hp as well as a 115hp version, depending on the model. Apart from the Polo and Vento, this new engine will also see duty on the Skoda Rapid in future. This new engine will be locally assembled in India as part of the brand’s India 2.0 strategy that also includes market introduction of future models like the Volkswagen T-Cross SUV and the Virtus sedan. While the made-for India SUVs from VW Group India (T-Cross and Skoda Kamiq) will use the 1.5-litre TSI EVO engine, the smaller 1.0-litre TSI motor will power the Volkswagen Virtus sedan that will come a little later to replace the Vento. What are your opinions on the Volkswagen Polo/ Vento update? Image Source
Isuzu is going to be launching the V-Cross facelift launch soon and the first batch of vehicles has already started reaching dealerships. It appears that Isuzu will continue to equip the V-Cross with 2.5 litre engine and manual gearbox. It will likely be priced around Rs 75k more than the outgoing model. An automatic gearbox will come a little while later, mostly with the introduction of the BSVI 1.9 diesel engine. Photo credit: Tharun Rajeev