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  1. Hi, I am planning to buy a new Diesel D-Segment Sedan... Well the choices are many like - Hyundai Neo Fluidic Elantra Chevrolet Cruze Toyota Corolla Altis Skoda Laura Volkswagen Jetta Renault Fluence But out of these I shortlisted the following: Hyundai Elantra 1.6L CRDI SX (M/T) 14.85 lakhs Chevrolet Cruze 2.0L VCDI LTZ (M/T) 14.77 lakhs Toyota Corolla Altis 1.4L D-4D 15.3 lakhs *ex showroom Delhi Now there were initially only the first two cars which i like but seeing the brand reliability of toyota, i considered Altis... VW and Skoda are too expensive and featureless and Fluence too is price and styling is too french which i dont like... From the above three which car should i go for? Main criteria: Fuel Efficiency, Features, Space & Comfort... Chevrolet cruze because of the sunroof has a headroom issue for which seats need to be lowered as its not comfy else... Elantra appeals by its style, features and tremendous space inside while altis is too old and dull... Also Elantra pampers me with ventilated seats, bluetooth & hell lots of features along with safety... Cruze offers less than elantra but one good feature i.e sunroof which creates headroom problem and altis looks too plain... Also i am wondering that many say cruze fuel efficiency is quite low around 10-12 in city... Which one should i go for?
  2. Toyota recently held a boot camp Delhi for Fortuner owners. Owners got to experience what their cars are capable of since most of the times their SUVs are most of the time driven in urban traffic conditions. The Landcruiser was also seen at the event Check out the whole gallery here: http://www.autocarin...-gallery,1.aspx
  3. We've got our hands on the spy shots of Etios with lighter shade interiors, let the pictures do the talking. This car was spotted at a Mumbai dealer, this means launch could be close!
  4. Toyota is now in process of readying its next-generation Corolla. These are the spy shots from Autoblog. The pictures show that the new Corolla would mimic styling cues from the new Camry and also from the more upmarket Avalon Saloon. (Sold only in North America). We recently saw the new Camry for India and it looks like a Mini-Lexus, and now one can easily expect the next Corolla to follow suit. Story source: http://www.autoblog..../#photo-5233518
  5. We were just mourning the demise of the Polo 1.6 few days ago but it looks like Toyota is set to make petrol heads smile. Currently a special edition has been launched with body kit et al. But the big news is that Toyota is going to launch the Liva with the 1.5 litre engine from the Etios. Toyota is not looking at selling huge volumes of this variant but it will be targetted towards those who think with their hear rather than the head.. It will obviously be significantly more expensive that the 1.2. I feel this car looks promising with a lot of scope for mods. Only remains to be seen how much one will have to shell out for it. More info here: http://www.autocarindia.com/News/312309,scoop-toyota-plans-liva-15-hot-hatch.aspx
  6. Toyota is all set to launch the new Camry on August 24th. Not a very good time to launch a premium petrol sedan considering what the petrol prices have done to the auto industry in recent times. The good part however about the new Camry is that it will be assembled in India unlike the previous gen models which were CBUs. Hopefully that should help it launch it at a better price. Will Toyota succeed with the new Camry or will it just be a flop? What do you think should be a realistic price for the locally assembled Camry? Speaking of which Camry's are going for throw away prices in the used car market.