The Honda Jazz has been in the market for sometime now, but it still sells in good numbers because it’s one of the best cars in the premium hatchback segment. It is easy to drive, has loads of space, good features, good ride quality and Honda’s reliability.
Honda have given the jazz a few updates throughout it’s life cycle but the 2020 model is the most significant update yet.
Believe it or not, the Renault Duster and the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross are closer than you think in terms of price. This is both the cars are sold with the option of a petrol engine only since the BS6 norms kicked in. The Renault Duster’s pricing ranges from 8.59-9.99 Lakh for the top-spec RXZ variant. The S-Cross’s prices range from 8.39-12.39 lakh for the top-end Alpha AT variant. But we’ll be concentrating on the top-end Manual variants as the Duster is not offered with an automatic.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited have launched the already well known S-Cross in petrol guise now. The S-Cross used to come with the 1.3L multijet diesel which has now been replaced by the 1.5L naturally aspirated petrol engine paired with the “smart Hybrid” tech that is currently being used in the Ciaz, Ertiga, Brezza and the XL6. The claimed mileage for the new S-Cross is 18.55 Km/L (MT) & 18.43 Km/L (AT).
Nissan India has revealed interior sketches of their upcoming compact SUV called the Magnite. The Magnite will compete with established players in this segment like the Maruti Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue and the Ford Ecosport. It will be interesting to see the powertrain options to be offered on the Magnite considering the number of options the Hyundai Venue has. Let’s not get too carried away, let’s take a look at the interior sketches for now.
Kia motors India have released sketches of the interior of their upcoming SUV, the Sonet. The Sonet’s going to make its world debut on 07/08/20. This car definitely has some hype around it, to keep that hype going Kia Motors have released sketches of the interior. let’s take a look a look at the sketches, shall we?
Jeep India have launched the Compass Night Eagle in India as a limited edition model based on longitude plus variant and sits below the Longitude Option in the Compass variant line up. The night eagle will be available with an option of a 1.4 litre turbo- Petrol engine paired to a 7 speed DCT and the 2.0 litre Multijet diesel engine paired to a manual gearbox or the 9 speed torque converter with 4×4.
Honda cars India are selling the 4th gen City along side the all new 5th gen City. why are they doing this? We are not quite sure ourselves. But what we do know is that there are going to be just two variants to choose from for buyers looking at the 4th gen City. They are the lower spec SV and V variants and will only be offered with a manual transmission paired to the older 1.5 litre petrol engine.
Hyundai Motor India launched the Hyundai Venue iMT on 22nd July 2020.
But wait. what’s iMT you ask? well, it stands for Intelligent Manual Transmission. it’s basically the best of both worlds, manual and automatic transmission. The iMT has the same characteristics as a traditional manual gearbox, the caviar being no clutch pedal. which essentially means you shift gears the same way you would in a manual geared car with the exception of a clutch pedal.
This is a great question. Not a lot of people directly compare the Duster to the Seltos because not many know that the Duster went through a huge price revision and is priced like a compact SUV while being a non-compact one (above 4m in length).