Car News That Mattered: Bookings Open For Innova Crysta Facelift And Magnite, i20 To Get A New Base Variant, Fastag Will Soon Be Mandatory And Crash Test Ratings Of Multiple Cars
New cars that you can book right now, Fastag deadline, new variants and multiple crash test reports with shocking results. All that you missed from the week gone by
Unofficial Bookings Open For Toyota Innova Crysta Facelift And Nissan Magnite
The Innova Crysta received a facelift in the Indonesian market in October 2020 and that same update is making its way to India. Selective dealers are even accepting bookings for the large MPV. Here’s all you need to know.
Nissan’s Magnite can also be booked now. However, these are unofficial pre-launch bookings, with the launch expected later this very month. You can read more about it here.
Hyundai i20 To Get A New Base Variant
The recently launched third-gen i20 has been priced on the higher side of its rivals. However, Hyundai will soon be making the i20 lineup a little more affordable by introducing a new base variant. Head here to find out what your powertrain option will be for the upcoming base variant of the Hyundai i20.
FASTag will soon be mandatory
The digital route will be the only option available when paying for tolls on national highways from January onwards. Not only that, but going forward more car related services will be linked to your FASTag. Find out more on that here.
New Indian Cars Crash Tested By Global NCAP
Global NCAP has conducted its rigorous crash tests on the Kia Seltos, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and Maruti S-Presso. Their safety quotient has come under scrutiny after all three cars performed shockingly. To read more about Kia’s compact SUV, head here. To find out how the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios did, head here, and you’ll find out more about the S-Presso’s crash test performance, here.
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