Hyundai Verna News
The Alcazar has witnessed the maximum price hike, and it now retails from Rs 16.34 lakh to Rs 20.15 lakh
Car News That Mattered: Poor Crash Test Results, An Important Unveil, Another Premium EV Launched, And More
The last week’s highlights were the launch of BMW’s first EV for India, unveiling of the Kia Carens, and an update on the Mahindra XUV700’s deliveries
The crash tested unit was made in India but offered less safety features than the India-spec model
Soaring temperatures across swathes of India mean it's time for your next car to feature ventilated front seats, and thankfully, multiple mass-market models have democratised this feature
Car News That Mattered This Week: Skoda Slavia First Look Review, Audi Q5 Facelift Launched, New-Gen Hyundai Verna Spied
This week, the first spy shots of the new Verna surfaced, the new-gen Suzuki S-Cross was unveiled, and the facelifted Audi Q5 launched
We pit the Slavia against its rivals on paper to see if it has what it takes to give them a run for their money
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All of the cars in this list boast a generous boot capacity of over 400 litres
How impressive is the XUV700’s entry-level pricing really? We find out by comparing it against some of its unlikeliest alternatives
The price hike is applicable to all Hyundai models save for the new Alcazar
Blinding Lights: Skoda Rapid vs Volkswagen Vento vs Toyota Yaris vs Hyundai Verna vs Honda City - Headlamp Performance Compared
Which compact sedan has the best headlamps?
We know these humble sedans all too well, but what about their infotainment systems?
While touchscreen systems have become one of the most useful high-end feature to be offered on affordable cars, digital instrument clusters are fast gaining popularity
The top-spec SX (O) and SX (O) Turbo still get wired connectivity for mobile phone applications
Beat The Heat: Honda City vs Hyundai Verna vs Skoda Rapid vs VW Vento vs Toyota Yaris: AC Performance Compared
Which compact sedan offers the most effective cooling setup for you?
The trickle-down effect in cars has been constantly delivering new tech to accessible car segments over the last few years
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