The festival season is on and Diwali is looming. Buyers mostly save up to make big ticket purchases to take advantage of the auspicious occasion as well as get the best discounts that most companies offer during the period. For car buyers, the highlights are the new launches and these are Maruti Ertiga, new Hyundai Santro to Mahindra Marazzo. Check them out here:
Hyundai is going to launch the new Santro, once India's favourite family car on 23rd Oct. The new Santro will come with a modern stylish look and new age technology. The price of new Santro is expected to be between Rs 4 lakh to Rs 6 lakh. The all new Santro will be a tough competition for the cars in same prices. New Santro will have a 1.1 litre 4-cylinder engine.
Maruti Suzuki is all set to launch the all new Ertiga with 1.5 litre 4-cylinder petrol engine. The price will be between Rs 10 to rs 14 lakh. The fuel average that Ertiga offers is 17.50 KM/L on petrol, 17.03 KM/L on petrol (AT), 24.59 KM/L on CNG and 24.52 KM/L on Diesel (Smart Hybrid) as claimed by the company. Maruti Ertiga will compete with Mahindra Marazzo
Tata is all set to launch its first electric car, the Tiago EV. It also packs more safety features. Tata Motors is going to launch Tiago EV which will be an electric car showcased in auto expo. The price would be between Rs 6 to Rs 7 lakh and it is expected to launch in starting of December. According to the company this car will travel 100 KMs in one charge. And its top speed is 135 KM/H. new Tata Tiago EV will take just 11 seconds to reach the speed of 100, as per company's claim.
Mahindra XUV700 is also due for launch, but the company is all set to miss Diwali. It will be launched in December 2018. Mahindra is going to launch its XUV700 with 2.2 litre diesel engine in December. This new XUV700 will give solid competition to Ford Endeavour and Toyota Fortuner. The expected price of XUV700 is Rs 20 Lakh. Mahindra is also going to launch Mahindra S 201 which will compete with Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport and TATA Nexon. Representational Image/Reuters