Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Upcoming cars in India

The upcoming Diwali festival along with a series of other carnivals is going to be an eyewitness of grand launch of many cars in Indian market. All the auto giants are planning to glitter diwali in unique way by making this festive occasion a biggest shopping season of the year with the launch of many cars in different -different segment starting from hatchback and then stepping to Sedan and SUVs. it seems that the trio of September, October and November is chocked with the launching schedules of distinct segments cars.
Mercedes-Benz CLS class
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The market has already been a beholder of the launch of Toyota Etios sedan and Etios Liva hatchback and Mercedes-Benz CLS class, Renault Koleos SUV and new Mahindra Bolero till the latest. Besides this the long awaited list of cars further include Skoda Lauretta, Skoda Rapid,Mercedes c-class, Mahindra W 20 , Mahindra mini Xylo and many more. Last but not the least Honda Brio is also there in the series of upcoming cars which is expected to launch on September 27. Honda India has great hope with Honda Brio being priced around Rs 4 lakh to be a large crowd puller. This small car is probably to give competition to like cars Ford Figo, Maruti Swift and Volkswagen polo. Next to it the Indian UV major Mahindra and Mahindra is coming with Mahindra XUV 500 on September 28 in India and south Africa markets simultaneously.
Renault Koleos
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Adding to list the next high profile launch is of Mahindra's long awaited SUV Mahindra W 201 in October. This car is rumored to fall in the price tag of Rs 10 lakh and above and likely to compete with Skoda Yeti and Tata Safari. Furthermore many cars other then these popular segments are approaching to hit Indian markets including a mini version of Mahindra’s popular Xylo,a new generation of premium sedan Skoda Laura RS. So it seems that all the car makers are going to have a great opening for their cars in this joyous season.

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