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Expected Launch :
February 2020
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Expected Launch : March 2020 Expected Price : 35 Lakh - 40 Lakh Nissan Leaf is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.

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Xuv 300

Expected Launch : February 2019


Trending car news Mahindra is getting ready to launch their new offering, their debut compact SUV- XUV 300 in India on February 14.

The XUV 300 that underpins the 4 star Euro NCAP rated SSanyong Tivoli, has already started booking for their model with a token price of Rs.20,000. The XUV 3OO is set against to compete with the likes of Maruti Vitara Brezza and Ford Ecosport in the price range but it feature list is set at the range of Hyundai Creta making it good value for money.

Even the base spec version W4 will be loaded with all the safety features like Airbags, ABS, EBD and 4 wheel disc brakes which is not even a option with its rivals. The prices start at 8 lakh for base model petrol and the top spec diesel with comes with Two-zone climate control, 6-Airbags, 8” touchscreen system and a Sunroof is priced at 12L. (both prices are ex-showroom) while the on-road prices have not been revealed. At this price, this is a more value for money model.

The XUV 3OO comes with 2 engine options a 1.2L turbocharged petrol engine and a 1.5L diesel engine which is featured in the Marazzo. This car is not only big with its feature list, but also the size compared to its rivals.

Before the launch Mahindra has given us a visual treat by releasing a video featuring Gourav Gil, watch the video by clicking the link below. Will the petrol heads find their Valentine on Feb 14, with this price and features it is surely a YES!!

Watch Gourav Gill having a blast in the upcoming XUV 300

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Trending car news The new Toyota Camry follows Toyota’s new Design philosophy that features big air dam vents in the front with sleeker headlights while its character lines flow all over the body to the tail lights at the rear. This new sedan looks bolder and appealing than its predecessor. Updated Camry underpins the TNGA(Toyota New Global Architecture) platform that accentuates the car dynamics with a low center of gravity.

This new iteration gets a 2.5L petrol motor that lets out 218bhp when combined with the 120hp hybrid electric motor. The petrol motor alone produces a power of 178bhp and 218Nm of torque. The hybrid motor along with the improved chassis makes this car more fuel efficient by running upto 23.27kms for a litre of petrol.

On the feature list, it claims a plethora of elements on offer for comfort including rear electrically reclining seats and electrically operated rear sun blinds. It also gets a nine speaker music system by JBL to complement the drive along with a 10 inch infotainment system. The dashboard appears inclined towards the driver to enhance the sporty feel. Safety features include nine air bags and ABS with EBD braking.

2019 Camry and Accord are the only Hybrid engine cars on offer in this segment where the Skoda Superb and Volkswagen Passat are being retailed at a cheaper price tag with no hybrid option to claim. It has to be noted that unfortunately, Accord Hybrid has not sold any units in 2018. Whether Camry will makea smooth sail or not is hard to predict, as customers within this price budget apparently prefer German engineered luxury cars.

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