Car News That Mattered: Old Honda City Cheaper, MG Gloster, Mahindra Thar Colours, Tata Nexon XM (S) & Harrier Launched
Get up to speed with all the important headlines from the automotive world last week in five simple points
Fourth-gen Honda City Price Cut: In a bid to make the City badge a tad more accessible, Honda has reduced the prices of the fourth-gen model by upto Rs 66,000. But it has cut down on the variants in the course as well. Here’s how much you have to shell out for it and the price difference it has with the new-gen City.
Sunroof-equipped Tata Nexon & Harrier Become Affordable: Tata Motors decided to capitalize on India’s obsessions with sunroofs and launched the Nexon XM (S) and Harrier XT+. As self explanatory as the names sound, the Nexon’s new variant is based on XM while the Harrier’s is an enhancement of the XT variant. The two SUVs get a sunroof while the Nexon adds a few more features to the package and also becomes the most affordable sunroof-equipped car in India. Here’s what the new blingy Harrier and the Nexon cost.
Mahindra Thar Colour Options: Apart from the multiple roof options, the Mahindra Thar is also going to get a choice of six colour options to choose from. However, lower variants will only get to pick two of those options. Here’s the list and variant-wise nitty gritties that need your attention.
Bullish Car Sales Top 2019 Numbers: The month of August was positively surprising for the automotive industry which had been reeling under dwindling sales for the past several months. For the first time this year, the sales figures comprehensively beat last year’s numbers on a year-on-year comparison. While most of the manufactureres came out of August with gains, some carmakers continued on their journey of low volumes.
MG Gloster’s Volvo-like Safety Features: MG’s upcoming full-size SUV, the Gloster seems to be doing a lot of things right. One of them that the company is boasting about is the level one autonomous safety which includes semi-parallel park assist like the Ford Endeavour, topped off by adaptive cruise control and auto emergency braking. Here’s the whole deal.
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