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The Hyundai Alcazar three-row SUV based on the Creta, is all set to make its debut in early April. Though, in the run up to the unveil, renders of the Alcazar SUV have surfaced online, that showcase what is expected to be the final design SUV in great details. From the renders we can see that the Alcazar SUV will share much of its styling up front with the Creta. Barring the new grille, the Alcazar looks more or less like the Creta up until the C-pillar. However, it is the rear section that rear differentiates itself from the Creta with a thicker C-pillar and extended rear overhang to accommodate the extra row of seats. Other changes include a unique tailgate design which sports new and wider wraparound tail-lamps, and a restyled bumper with a more pronounce faux skid plate. The model in the renders and recently released Alcazar design sketches also sport a new alloy wheel design. The Hyundai Alcazar will compete with the like of the MG Hector Plus, Tata Safari and current Mahindra XUV500. Image Source You can read more about it here - Hyundai Alcazar design sketches released ahead of April debut - Autocar India
Honda has stopped production of the Jazz in India and dealers have stopped taking fresh orders for this model as stocks have run out. However, Honda has confirmed that it will deliver cars to those customers who have already booked the Jazz. Honda’s decision to pull the plug on the Jazz has come as a shock especially since this premium hatchback had developed quite a fan following ever since Honda slashed its price by over a lakh of rupees in August 2011. One of the reasons production of the Jazz has ended is to free up capacity for the upcoming Amaze saloon which Honda is betting big on. The company wants to focus on the Brio and its derivatives in India, which is turning out to be largest market for Honda’s small car range. Besides, Honda is rumoured to be losing money on the cut-price Jazz, which is why it controlled its production to minimise losses. For the past few months, Jazz sales have averaged less than 400 cars a month but the demand is far higher. This has led to long waiting lists for the Jazz and irate customers, which could be another reason why Honda decided to stop manufacturing this model altogether. More here: http://www.autocarindia.com/News/334037,exclusive-honda-stops-jazz-production-in-india.aspx