High Automobile Information Of The Week In India: Maruti Costs Elevated, Mahindra Bolero Neo Launched, Kia Carnival Affords And Extra
In addition to the flood of new luxury and performance vehicles, there is also news about big discounts and a “new” SUV under 4m
Third price increase for 2021: Maruti Suzuki had already announced that it would raise prices again. The Swift and the CNG variants of all other Maruti models are initially affected by the recent hike. Read more about the current price increase Here.
Mahindra Bolero Neo launched: ‘Bolero Neo’ is the name of the revised TUV300 and it is now available in stores at prices between 8.48 rupees and 10 rupees (ex-showroom, India). To find out the variant-related prices and the range of the Bolero Neo, click on Here.
Kia Carnival with Big Savings: The Carnival, Kia’s premium MPV offering, is currently available at huge discounts of over Rs 3 lakh. Plus, these discounts bring prices closer to those of the not-so-classy and smaller Toyota Innova Crysta. head Here to see exactly how much you can save on a new Carnival this month.
Tesla spied tests in India: Tesla is synonymous with electric vehicles around the world and this American brand is expected to start operations in India soon. Its bestseller, the Model 3 sedan, was recently spied on our streets and you can check it out Here.
Ford Figo petrol automatic is coming soon: The Figo lost its only automatic variant when the 1.5-liter petrol engine was discontinued as part of the BS6 update in January 2020. Now Ford is finally giving it the 1.2-liter gasoline automatic transmission, which is coming out soon. Find out more Here.
Mercedes brings E 53 and E 63S AMG variants onto the market: The performance variants of the most popular sedan from Mercedes-Benz have arrived in India. While we had earlier iterations of the bi-turbo variants E 63, Indian buyers can now choose the electrified E 53 variant, which has a 48-V mild hybrid system with the 3-liter six-cylinder turbo gasoline engine. You can find out the prices for these performance sedans Here.
Facelifted Land Rover Discovery: Land Rover’s flagship three-row SUV (excluding the Range Rover range) was featured in its revamped Avatar last week. It has cosmetic tweaks and updated equipment, and gets the same range of gasoline and diesel engines. head Here to know the detailed price list for the Land Rover Discovery 2021.
BMW X1 Tech Edition: A new, limited version of the entry-level SUV range from BMW is now available. It’s only limited to the gasoline-powered variant, and its most important feature update is the new 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. If you are interested, you can take a look at the price and further details on the X1 Tech Edition Here.
Lamborghini Huracan STO: If you thought the 2016 Huracan Performante wasn’t hardcore enough, the new Huracan STO could be the track-focused Lambo for you. You can learn more about the beast from Rs 4.99 crore (ex showroom, India) Here.