There is a new render of the Ford Endeavor (Everest) SUV that has surfaced online, based on the the recently revealed Ford Ranger pick-up truck. The render essentially merges the current gen Ford Endeavor's rear end with the new Ranger's front-end. This could be a relatively accurate representation of what the new Endeavor/ Everest will look like, given that the new SUV will be based on the Ranger pick-up truck.
You can read more about the new Ford Ranger here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/all-new-ford-ranger-revealed-422736
The new Suzuki S-Cross has started reaching dealerships abroad. It gets new styling inside and out, is underpinned by an updated version of the Global C platform and comes powered by Suzuki’s 1.4-litre Boosterjet petrol engine with 48V mild-hybrid tech.
Head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-2022-suzuki-s-cross-revealed-422751
More spy shots of the new-gen Suzuki S-Cross have emerged online ahead of its global debut on November 25. As seen in the spy shots, Not only does it look slightly larger, but it also looks more upright, taller and more SUV-ish as compared to the current S-Cross.
The Hyundai Creta facelift for the Indonesian market has just made its global debut at the 2021 GIIAS motor show today. The facelifted Creta gets a heavily reworked front-end and a tweaked rear design as well as more safety features, when compared to the Creta available in India. Most of these changes are expected to make it to the Indian model sometime next year. Here are some real-life of the Creta facelift images from the show floor that I found.
You can find out more about the Creta facelift here - New Hyundai Creta facelift for Indonesia unveiled | Autocar India
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