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₹35.00 - 40.00 Lakh(Expected Price)
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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Trending car news TATA has been regaining its position in India mostly in every segment with the advent of Tiago, Tigor, Nexon and their recently launched SUV Harrier. The Indian Carmaker has developed enough potential to enter into an even more mass market. In the market, Maruti Suzuki Alto has been the No.1 car considering sales, which was last year overtaken by Dzire. Even though Tata had some bitter experience in the small car segment with Nano, things have started to change now and it looks like Tata is getting ready for once now to make a re-entry into this segment as well.

Positioned below the Tiago, the upcoming small car from Tata will be based on ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) platform that is currently being used for Altroz and H2X concept. ALFA is a highly scalable platform that can be utilized for developing new models in the shortest possible time. This platform seems to have a lot of capability and can be used to develop e-cars in the future as well for Tata. It is suspected that the next gen Tiago and Tigor too maybe based on this platform.

Maruti and Tata have been best known for cars with affordable prices in India and as a matter of fact, these brands do not really have any direct competitors against each other.Our question is, when Tata launches its new car, will it be able to take over the Alto which is already undergoing a major update? Well we need to wait and see.

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Trending car news Until now, Qute was available only as a commercial vehicle in the country. But now, Bajaj has confirmed its registration as a private vehicle too, in select states. This little car, though technically not a car is fitted with a 216cc liquid cooled single cylinder twin spark ignition engine that makes power worth 13bhp and 18.9Nm torque mated to a five speed sequential manual gearbox.

There is also an option of a CNG variant in Bajaj Qute priced at Rs.2.83 lakh that produces 10.6bhp and 16.1Nm of peak torque. Both regular and CNG variants offer excellent fuel efficiency figures of 35kmpl and 45kmpl respectively. The petrol variant holds 8 litres of fuel while the CNG comes with a capacity of 35kgs.

Bajaj Qute as we know earlier is built on a rigid monocoque body with impact resistant elements. The top speed of this vehicle is limited to 70kmph and the company strictly warns it against highway drives as it is mainly a city friendly vehicle and designed only for intra city drives. Qute does not get disc brakes, but drum brakes for braking power.

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