Hyundai Motors has registered domestic sales of 42,351 units in April 2016 with a growth of 9.7 per cent as compared to 38,601 units sold in April last year. Hyundai Motors, a key player in the Indian market sells 10 models in the country - Eon, i10, Grand i10, Elite i20, Active i20, Xcent, Verna, Creta, Elantra and the Santa Fe.
Toyota India has finally replaced its decade-old workhorse – the Innova, with an all-new model called the Innova Crysta. By all-new we mean an entirely new product that is arguably a big leap forward especially in terms of equipment levels and engine options.
The Honda BR-V is the Japanese car maker’s much-anticipated new entry-level SUV. To dig deeper and to see if the BR-V is actually worth your time and money, we headed to Udaipur and drove both the petrol and the diesel avatars of the new SUV.
Toyota has dominated the premium MPV segment in the 21st century. Toyota first entered the market with the robust Qualis which was abruptly replaced by the much more modern Innova. Launched in 2005, Toyota has always charged a premium on the Innova and despite that the sales numbers have always been on the up. In the last 11 years, the Innova’s price went up by a whopping Rs 6 lakh depending on the variant. So why were stingy Indians ready to shell out nearly Rs 20 lakh for a decade-old MPV? The answer is simple – peace of mind. There are still thousands of Qualis’s running on our roads with lakhs of kilometres on the odo and still feeling indestructible. This is a testament to the thorough reliability and engineering know-how of Toyota. Now Toyota is about to launch the next generation of the MPV and after driving the new Innova Crysta one thing is clear, they are going even more upmarket with this one, with a more sculpted styling and a completely redesigned interior which boasts of segment first features.