Dear friends, I own a Tata Nexon AMT XZA+ model for last 3 years. Recently I went to Hyndai show room and found I20 N line DCT (top model) and liked the same very much. But when I enquired about it's on road price in Delhi, the same was informed to be INR 13.5 Lacs. I liked the interior and exterior of this car very much. I also went to volkswagon showroom to check the new Taigun. I liked the exterior, doors appered to be sturdy but I found the interior to be dull. I also observed the reversing camera of substandard quality. Although I am comfortable at arranging Rs 14 Lacs but am slightly confused weather to go for the taigun at an additinal expenditure of Rs 6 lacs more. I do not want to take MG Astor because its a completely new car and not tried and tasted. Moreover the thai support at the rear seat is less.
I want a car with DCT/DSG automatic which has modern and good quality interiors. My average running per month is hardly 500 Km. Request the forum to please guide me. Thanks, Rakesh
Ford has unveiled the Equator Sport for the Chinese market. Other than the obvious cosmetic changes compared to the standard Equator, this is also 275mm shorter in terms of overall length. Wheelbase is shortened to 2,726mm.
This does give us some idea of what Ford's C-SUV (which was supposed to be based on the Mahindra's W601 platform) could have looked like.
Hyundai has taken its Staria MPV and converted it into a school bus! Called the Staria Kinder, this school bus has been revealed in South Korea. The exterior looks similar to the standard Staria with the addition of light bars to the front and rear of the roof. The exterior is painted in a high visibility yellow shade. Inside, the MPV is available with the option of 11 or 15 seats. All of the seatbelts are height adjustable to accomodate all sizes of kids. Also, a seatbelt minder system tells the driver whether the children are wearing the safety harness. It also comes loaded with safety features like front collision avoidance assist, lane-keep assist, blind-spot collision avoidance, and rear cross-traffic collision prevention. What do you think of it?
I own a Honda Navi bike that is 3 years old. The same is now unsupported by the Honda Motorcycle Company, India.
No parts. No service. No response.
Is anyone listening here? Why should we buy their products when they have no intention of giving spare parts?