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Oct 11, 2021
The MG Astor is the petrol counterpart of the now popular ZS EV from the Chinese-British enterprise. It comes with a host of segment first features specially when it comes to safety and infotainment. MG is known to offer more for less and many segment-first features. With aggressive pricing and long feature list, the Astor could make a considerable dent in the ultra-competitive compact SUV segment.
Apr 11, 2013
Compared to its rivals the Amaze still comes at a premium which in a price sensitive segment is not ideal. Overall though a well-proportioned car has become better with a more likeable exterior and a cabin that feels more premium. It has managed to create a space of its own in this competitive segment
Jun 27, 2022
11 Petrol, 20 Diesel
This is a massively improved car. It takes many leaps forward. It is a car that will impress most people, because of its sheer level of refinement. The Scorpio is a winner and for sure - get ready for long waiting periods on this one too.
Expected Launch Date
Jul 21, 2015
20 Petrol, 11 Diesel
The 2022 Hyundai Creta facelift has made its global debut at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2021. The updated version of the compact SUV will be the first Hyundai product to be manufactured in Indonesia, and it comes with heavy cosmetic changes, new and refreshed features, and improved safety equipment. In fact, the Indonesian-spec Creta now also comes with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Visually, the SUV gets the same silhouette of the pre-facelift Creta, however, the styling has been refreshed, and it now comes with an all-new face. In fact, the new Creta facelift shared its visual cues with Hyundai's bigger SUVs like the new Tucson and Santa Cruz, featuring the signature parametric grille with integrated LED daytime running lights towards the edges. The SUV also gets new LED headlamps, a new bumper with a wider airdam and thick silver inserts that outline the grille and bumper. The SUV also gets more muscular character lines.
The profile of the SUV looks very similar to the pre-facelift model, except for the new 17-inch diamond cut alloy wheels and the side skirts. The rear section of the Creta also gets an aggressive design with more prominent character lines, restyled LED taillamps and a new rear bumper. The SUV also gets a two-tone body colour treatment with a black roof adding contrast.
Inside, the 2022 Hyundai Creta facelift comes with a similar layout with a premium all-black interior. except for a few visual tweaks here and there. The biggest highlight here is the new 10.25-inch fully digital instrument cluster, similar to the one offered with the Alcazar, which offers a tonne of information. The design of the infotainment system housing has also changed, and you now get buttons and dials on either side of the 8-inch touchscreen display, as opposed to the uncluttered look that the existing Creta gets. The system is equipped with the company's BlueLink connected car system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto among other connectivity features.
In terms of comfort and convenience, the Creta facelift comes with a tilt & telescopic steering wheel, air purifier with AQI, ventilated seats, cooled glovebox, push-button start, and wireless charger. The SUV also gets automatic climate control, a premium 8-speaker Bose sound system, rear USB charger, rear centre armrest with cupholders, and a panoramic sunroof among others. The Hyundai Creta facelift for Indonesia will also come with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems like - Forward Collision-avoidance Assist, Lane Following Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Blind-Spot Monitoring, and Cross-Traffic Alert. It also comes with a rear camera, 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, traction control, electronic parking brake, hill start assist and more.
Under the hood, the Indonesia-spec Hyundai Creta facelift comes with only one engine option - a 1.5-litre MPI naturally aspirated petrol motor. The 1,497 cc four-cylinder petrol engine is tuned to make 113 bhp at 6,300 rpm and develops a peak torque of 144 Nm at 4,500 rpm. the motor comes mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and an optional iVT (Intelligent Variable Transmission) automatic unit.
Oct 01, 2012
4 Petrol, 1 Petrol+CNG
Alto 800 is worth its value if you are having a small family. It is a 4-seater car and therefore can support 4-5 members. The on-road price of the car is relatively cheaper in comparison to the facilities it offers and most importantly the fuel economy. The style elements with tech support and safety measures make the hatchback perfect for a city drive. Maruti has priced the top-end Alto 800 at ₹ 5.03 lakh and this is truly something significant.
Dec 28, 2022
4 Petrol, 6 Hybrid
The Toyota Innova HyCross takes the Toyota Innova success story forward in a great way. It’s a feature loaded car that guarantees great comfort and its only got better with this new generation. Another highlight is the high fuel efficiency, courtesy the hybrid powertrain and the ride quality is as supple as It always was. Too bad that it feels a bit expensive and there’s no Diesel motor now.
Sep 28, 2022
If you're still undecided about buying an electric car and have concerns about things like range anxiety or driving dynamics, the Tiago EV addresses these well. It gives you the confidence of using an electric vehicle and doesn't cost a bomb. The hatch comes across as a good alternative in the market especially for urban commutes. If you’re looking to adopt electric mobility at an affordable cost, this is your safe bet.