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  1. Here are pictures of Force Motors Force One SUV but in a different avtaar. This is a stripped down entry level variant which could be priced lower to boost sales for the product which hasnt really taken off sales wise. Visual differences seen in the pictures are: No body coloured bumpers or ORVMs No DRL LEDs No chrome inserts No fog lights, roof rails and alloy wheels Apart from the above Im sure there will be some stripping of features done to the interiors as well. And there are rumours that Force may not use the Daimler engine in the low cost variant. If launched at an aggressive price with minimum creature comforts, this could find a place with tourist and taxi operators for sure. Pics & source: Motoroids
  2. After cutting prices recently, Chevrolet has added a base variant to its 1.3L TCDi powered Sail U-VA Diesel. The base diesel is priced at Rs 5.29 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi); that's a Rs. 1.1 lakh over the base petrol variant. I think this is a good move considering the U-VA hasnt really taken off. A base diesel might find its way with the yellow plate guys. This should do well as a fleet car or tourist vehicle.
  3. BMW is set to add another petrol model to give company to the 328i. The 320i petrol. This will be a base variant and can be yours for Rs. 28.5 lakhs (ex showroom Mumbai) which makes it Rs 8.5 lakhs cheaper than the 328i. Some noteworthy points of the 320i petrol Simplified iDrive The 8.8-inch widescreen infotainment display will be replaced with a smaller 6.5-inch screen The audio system will include a single-CD player with Aux-in and USB capability and no in-car data storage No reverse camera Faux leather upholstery 16" inch alloys The 320i will be powered by a 2.0 litre 4 cylinder petrol motor with 181 bhp mated to an 8 speed gearbox with some tweaks to the ratios. The 320i will rival the C200 CGI from Mercedes and the Audi A4 1.8 TFSI.