Very recently M &M officially announced that the GC of itâ€™s well talked about XUV5OO has been reduced to 160mm from 200mmâ€”is it not ridiculous and astonishing? Even Why the reduction not done to 170mm when the cut off for GC as per India Govt. Is 170mm to get rid off that 3% extra tax.. Would it be wise enough to remain stick to XUV5OO right now or to switch to Tata Storme
Mahindra XUV500 is an urban SUV, and the urban SUVs are made for urban roads. So in these type of cars, ground clearance is kept to around 160mm. This reduced ground clearance provides better aerodynamics and stability on curves when the car has to be driven on even roads. After that you have asked about the Tata Safari Storme, which is a perfect of roader with a ground clearance of 200mm. The SUV looks bigger than the XUV500. So it's up to you, that what is your need for the vehicle. To get a detailed comparison of the SUVs, please visit the link below-
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There is no update about the launch as of now. However, CV Raman (Maruti Suzuki India executive director (R&D)) said in an interview that the objective of such technologies is to bring comfort and ease of driving to the customers. Equipping the Vitara Brezza and S-Cross with automatic transmissions could thus be a rewarding move for Maruti, especially in larger cities with bumper-to bumper traffic.
Hence, it is likely that it would be equipped with AMT soon.
It is good to hear that you are planning to buy a new car. The GST has not been made applicable so far, and it is not clear so far whether the prices will increase or decrease. So, it will be unfair to give any word on the same.
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