Jeep Renegade to launch next year at a price of Rs.10 lakh….Suzuki Gixxer SF ABS launched at a price of Rs.95,499…..2018 Hyundai Verna to launch on August 22nd……Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer launched at Rs.9.32 lakh in India….Land Rover Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic launched in India at 2.79 Crore …Bookings started for Tata Nexon Subcompact SUV…. ജീപ്പ് റെനെഗേഡ് അടുത്ത വർഷം വിപണിയിലിറങ്ങും, വില 10 ലക്ഷം രൂപ……സുസുക്കി ഗിക്സർ SF ABS 95,499 രൂപയ്ക്ക് വിപണിയിൽ....2018 ഹ്യൂണ്ടായ് വെർണ ലോഞ്ച് ഇന്ത്യയിൽ ഓഗസ്റ്റ് 22ന്…..ഡുക്കാട്ടി സ്ക്രാംബ്ലർ കഫേ റേസർ 9.32 ലക്ഷം രൂപയ്ക്ക് ഇന്ത്യൻ വിപണിയിൽ...... 2.79 കോടി രൂപ വിലയിൽ ലാൻഡ്റോവർ റേഞ്ച് റോവർ SV ഓട്ടോബയോഗ്രഫി ഡൈനാമിക് ഇന്ത്യയിൽ ലോഞ്ച് ചെയ്തു...ടാറ്റ നെക്സൺ സബ്കോംപാക്റ്റ് SUVയുടെ ബുക്കിങ് ആരംഭിച്ചു….
Indian Government is on the move to curb pollution levels in the country taking measures at various levels. The latest one to hear is the mandatory requirement of a valid PUC (Pollution under Control) certificate for insurance renewal. The Honourable Supreme Court under a bench headed by Justice Madan B. Lokur and Justice Deepak Gupta released an order stating that all vehicles in the Delhi-NCR should have a valid PUC certificate to get the insurance renewed annually.
The most anticipated SUV of the year, Jeep Compass was officially launched in India on July 31st 2017. Being a locally assembled SUV from Jeep was one of the reasons that paved way for excitement towards this launch. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles had launched two vehicles from the same brand last year, but with a heavy price owing to the fact that they reached India through the CBU route. As a result, these vehicles did not fare well in the Indian market. This was when the company announced its decision to locally manufacture an SUV for retailing not just in India, but also exporting to all right hand drive markets. Now, the wait has come to an end and Jeep Compass rolls out with an affordable price tag with all components of a premium SUV.
Launched two years ago, Bajaj Qute was exported to various countries outside India while it was restricted for sale here considering its lack of safety. But now, according to reports from sources, Bajaj Auto seems to have confirmed its launch in the country. It has been a long fight for the company against various Public Interest Litigations in concern of safety measures adopted on this tiny car. However, it is understood that the company is positive on the launch of Qute in India by the year end.
Over the last few days, India has witnessed some of the best launches in the sub compact SUV segment. The latest to join the bandwagon is Tata Nexon which is about to be launched soon in the country. Though a bit late for the party, the Indian carmaker seems to have pumped up this upcoming SUV with a plethora of first in segment features. Let us do the detailing one by one here:
This question has been doing rounds for many years. It is a general perception that men are better drivers than women. Sounds as if they possess the innate qualities to be a qualified driver. If men can, women too can. Women only need to make a few changes to the pattern so that it helps them be safer on the road more than trying to raise their status from incapable to capable drivers.
You grow up as an adult, finish your education, find a job, earn handful and the next thing in your to do list is to get married. Marriage is probably the most important criteria to prove you are on the right path to get settled in life. OK now you're married. What next? Have a baby. After months of waiting and care, your baby is born.
We all love vehicles, but we hate pollution as much the same. We live a life of contradictions refusing to make changes that would actually benefit us in the long run. In past couple of years, our country has grown tremendously in science and technology. Hold on, did I mention pollution?? Well, sadly that’s where we advanced the most!! While India bragged about progress in different spheres, we failed to realise or rather say agree to the rising pollution levels in the country, especially in Tier-I cities resulting in huge damage to the ecosystem. Now this was the time- Precisely in the year 1999, when implementing Emission norms were thought of by the Government of India. I would like to emphasize on the word Stringent Emission Norms since these norms were later strictly followed by automobile companies on the manufacturing of every single vehicle produced and sold in the country.