Well, the festive season is just around the corner and many of you must be planning to change your car or make a new addition to your fleet of cars. So if that is the case then this is just the most appropriate time of the year to make choices as most car manufacturers can be seen gearing up to launch some of the most anticipated car models this year.
Here we present to you the top 7 choices to pick from. So, check this out before you book a new car!
Nissan GT-R: The car is expected to enter the market during the festive season 2016. The latest avatar of the new launch was seen at 2016 Auto Expo. The latest 2017 Nissan GT-R has some outstanding features to offer. Its design has also been toned downed significantly to give a look which is more aggressive and sharper. The cabin has been given an all new look, which exhibits luxury. Under the hood, you will find a powerful 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6 that augments the power to 565bhp.
Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS: Maruti Suzuki has always been branded as a ‘Small Car Specialist’. The company unveiled the new model of Baleno hatchback at the 2016 Auto Expo. They have worked a little on the looks of the new Baleno RS and have tried to make it look sportier. The looks of RS version and its forerunner might be similar, but the real difference lies in the engine. The new RS version boasts of a turbo petrol engine that boasts of features like direct injection and 1.0-litre Booster Jet. The car is expected to be seen in the market by the end of this month (August 2016).
Volkswagen Polo GTI: With the growing demand of hatchbacks in India, even Volkswagen didn’t want to be left behind in the race. So, the much awaited Volkswagen Polo GTI will soon be available in the market by next month. (September 2016). The German car maker has been a trend setter in the hatchback market. Volkswagen features an outstanding torque of 190bhp and 250 Nm. The monster will take just about 6.7 seconds to perform a 0-100km/hr sprint. Some people might find it a little expensive, but then as goes the old adage ‘Good things do not come for cheap’.
Tata Hexa: Tata is once again ready to take Indian Auto market by storm. Tata Hexa is all set with its better styled and heavily reworked exteriors. What’s sure to impress you is 2.2-liter diesel unit, 19-inch alloys, LED tail-lamp clusters, projector head-lamps, honeycomb mesh from grille that carries Tata’s signature and a very impressive masculine designing. The cabin also has been transformed and given a very luxurious touch with intelligent driver aids, ambient lighting, superb media system and 6 airbags. The impressive monster is expected to roll out in India by the end of 2016.
Toyota Innova Crysta petrol: Launched in the first week of this month (August 2016), the car is doing exceptionally well in the markets. Under the hood resides a powerful 2.7-litre engine. The vehicle features both an automatic as well as manual gearbox. Other than these changes, nothing much is different and the patrol variant continues to offer same host of features as seen in Crysta Diesel. The company plan to target Delhi/NCR area for sales as there exists a registration ban on the vehicles that run on diesel and support an engine of 2000cc or above. Bookings are already open.
Honda Accord Hybrid: Honda once again gears up to target sedan markets in India by launching 2016 Honda accord Hybrid, in a new avatar. With its bolder exterior profile, the vehicle also flaunts an aggressive styling. Seen lately at the 2016 Auto Expo, the car is due for launch before 2016 ends. Under the hood is a powerful 2.0-litre petrol engine that will come in conjunction with an electronic CVT autobox, especially designed to grip high torque figures.
Renault Kwid AMT: Seen shining at the 2016 Auto Expo, the all new Kwid is expected to hit the Indian auto market around festive season 2016. The vehicle boasts of an 800cc petrol engine and is equipped with manual gearbox that offers five speeds. Some additional safety features such as ABS standards and dual air bags can be expected in the 1.0-liter Easy-R AMT Variant.