Weekly Wrap-up: 2018 Maruti Ciaz Spied, Mahindra Marazzo’s Interior Revealed, Hyundai Santro Official Sketch Out & More
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The highlight of the ‘freedom’ week was, of course, the reveal of the first official sketch of the upcoming Hyundai Santro hatchback. In other news, the 2018 Maruti Suzuki Ciaz was spied completely, while Mahindra released images revealing the Marazzo’ cabin. Besides the common man, the weakening rupee is taking a toll on automakers as well as Maruti and Mercedes-Benz have announced a price hike across their range in India. The tally of carmakers hiking prices now reads five (Honda, Mahindra & Hyundai have already announced in previous weeks). We expect more carmakers to join the price rise bandwagon in the coming weeks.
2018 Maruti Ciaz spied completely: Maruti Suzuki’s upcoming 2018 Ciaz has been spied at a yard inside out. The detailed shots reveal some interesting elements like revised detailing for the headlamp, a colour MID display and more. Head over to the complete story here for more information.
Mahindra Marazzo Seating Layout Revealed: Mahindra continues to reveal its Marazzo in parts. In recent pictures, it has disclosed the seating layout of both the 7- and 8-seater versions. In fact, we have managed to fetch out many more details from the images of the MPV. Click here to know what they are.
2019 Honda Civic showcased: Honda has taken the wraps off its tenth-generation Civic for the US market. This Civic has also been confirmed to launch in India next year. To know what more it gets over its pre-facelift model, click here.
2018 Hyundai Santro official sketches revealed: Codenamed as the AH2, Hyundai has revealed the first ever sketch of its upcoming hatchback, likely to revive ‘Santro’ badge in India. The sketch reveals that it will feature a tall boy design - a trait which made the original Santro an instant hit. Head over to th story to know more.
BMW, Renault and Maruti Suzuki roll out offers: As a part of the latest offers, Renault is giving benefits across its range, while BMW has come up with a low interest rate scheme applicable till the end of September. Maruti, meanwhile, is giving discounts on accessories and spare parts in its Freedom service camp.
Hyundai unveils breakthrough multi-zone audio technology: Don’t like your co-passenger’s song collection? The South Korean automaker has found a solution to this in its latest technological achievement - the Multi-zone audio technology. That’s not all, it encompasses another interesting feature too. Learn more about it here.
Maruti cars get pricier by upto Rs 6100: Maruti Suzuki has announced a price hike across its entire range starting 16 August. The increasing input costs, inflation rates and the tumbling value of rupee against the US dollar has led to the price rise. Even Mercedes-Benz has cited similar reasons for the price hike of 4 per cent across its lineup starting 1 September 2018.
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