Its raining in India and its not the rain Gods who are to be blamed, the real credit should go to the auto companies who are trying their level best to out do each other by launching a new model of car every other day.This section discusses in brief the various cars that have been launched in the country in the last few months or so.Hyundai Verna- This is the latest offering from the Hyundai stable, is supposed to be the successor of Accent in India. However the company doesn't have any concrete plans of phasing out the Accent just yet.The Verna comes in two versions
both petrol and Diesel.It has three variants in petrol and the top of the line Verna is priced around Rs 6, 93,000 ex show room price Delhi. The car comes with safety features like Anti Lock Braking System, bigger disc brakes and height adjustable front seat belts. So book a test drive and check out this latest offering from Hyundai.
Chevrolet aveo- If you have missed Saif Ali Khan chasing Rani Mukherjee in the in the ad which features the car, don't worry as we will provide you with all the information regarding this latest launch from the General Motors stable. The car comes with two engine variants the 1.4 Liter 16 valve DOHC 94 PS engine. The price of the car starts at Rs 579,933 (ex-showroom price, Delhi) and is available four variants. The top of the line aveo comes with a 1.6 liter engine and comes with ABS, Dual Front Airbags, Height adjustable front seatbelts, Leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob. This model is priced just under 7 lakhs (ex showroom Delhi).
Ford Fiesta- With this model the company Ford has addressed a key demand of the Indian market mileage. Ford's flagship model in India the Ikon was always a high quality car with superb handling and pick up but where it has lost out was on the mileage factor as its' considered to be a guzzler.
The company has tried to address this issue in this model as the car has one of the best averages if not the best in mid size sedan category. The car has been launched in both petrol and diesel versions, in the petrol version there is a choice between the 1.4 L and 1.6 L engine. The company claims that the car has been specially designed to meet the needs of the Indian consumer. It has been specially tested to handle the water logging which takes place during the monsoons in the country. The car is also specially equipped to handle the stop and go traffic conditions that are pRevalent on the Indian roads.
So one has to wait and watch whether the Indian public goes fida on the car.
HondaCivic- If Bollywood can repackage some of its old hits like Don and Sholay, why would car companies like Hondahold back? Hondahas recently launched in India the all new Civic, which was born in 1972 stood the test of time and have undergone the innovation and necessary refinements, like wine which gets better with time the car has also become better and is sold over 160 countries in the world today including India. The car comes with an advance 1.8 liter I V-Tec Engine with a 5 speed Automatic Transmission. The car is fitted with Air bags to provide protection against a crash. The car comes in two variants the manual and automatic transmission and their price (Ex showroom Delhi) are as follows Rs.1075199.89 (MT) and Rs.1145200.07.
So these are the few cars which are setting the Indian roads on fire, in the next few years or so more models are expected to keep the roads blazing, click models awaited for more Information.