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Weekly Wrap-Up: Tata Harrier Review, Tata Nexon Scores 5-Star Safety Rating, December Offers & More

New cars were tested, new information on upcoming cars was revealed and year-end discounts have begun. Find out all that happened in the automotive world this past week

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Weekly Wrap-Up: Tata Harrier Review, Tata Nexon Scores 5-Star Safety Rating, December Offers & More
Weekly Wrap-Up: Tata Harrier Review, Tata Nexon Scores 5-Star Safety Rating, December Offers & More
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2018-12-10T12:29:47+05:30

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  • Future models from Volkswagen and Skoda will look distinct, unlike the similarities shared by the likes of the Rapid and the Vento. Read more here.

  • The Volkswagen T-Cross will be tailored to look more rugged for the Indian market. Find out the details here.

  • Audi A1 will be priced higher than expected when it comes to India. Find out why here.

  • The Audi e-Tron GT Concept-based car will rival the Tesla Model S when it’s launched in 2020. Read more about it here.

  • Jeep expands Compass production to Europe; could free up capacity for Renegade in India. Read the details here.

  • The Tata Nexon Kraz that adds cosmetic updates like neon highlights and dual-tone body colour has now been spotted in Calgary White. Details here.

  • New Tata Harrier SUV specifications and features revealed ahead of 2019 launch. Read full details here.

  • Tata Harrier will be offered in four different variants. Find out which one gets what features here.

  • Check out the Tata Harrier in the image gallery here.

  • The interior pics of the upcoming Mahindra S201 have surfaced for the first time, find out more here.

  • The Tata 45X hatchback was spotted testing yet again. View more details here.

  • Kia is developing an India-specific electric vehicle, likely to launch by 2022. Find out more here.

  • The Toyota Camry is no longer listed on the India website with the new one coming in January 2019. Read more here.

  • Kia has revealed the planned price range for its first product in India, based on the SP Concept SUV. Find more details here.

  • Nissan’s rival to the Endeavour and Fortuner has scored a 5-star rating in the ASEAN NCAP crash test. Read the details here.

  • Groupe PSA will begin manufacturing powertrains in India soon at its newly inaugurated facility in Hosur. Read more here.

  • Nissan dealers have commenced unofficial bookings for the upcoming Kicks SUV to be launched in January 2019. Find out the details here.

  • Tata Nexon is now the first made-in-India car to score a 5-star rating in Global NCAP crash test. Head here for full results.

  • The Mahindra Marazzo has become the first made-in-India MPV in its segment to score a 4-star rating in Global NCAP crash test. Read the full results here.

  • The Tata Harrier borrows quite a few bits from the Land Rover Discovery Sport, but we list out the major differences that set the two SUVs apart. Read the details here.

  • Kia plans to have five models in India by 2022. Read more about their plans here.

  • The Tata Harrier SUV is unlikely to get a 4WD variant. Find out why here.


Source: cardekho.com


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