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2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno launched in India. Prices start at INR 6.35 lakh
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2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno launched in India. Prices start at INR 6.35 lakh

After a number of teasers and feature reveals recently, Maruti Suzuki has finally launched the heavily updated Baleno in India. The prices of 2022 Baleno starts from Rs. 6.35 lakhs ex-showroom and goes up to Rs. 9.49 lakhs ex-showroom. Maruti Suzuki is now also offering a subscription plan that lets you subscribe to the Baleno for Rs. 13,999 per month. The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno comes with a couple of segment-first features and plenty of updates, both on the inside and outside. Other than that, Maruti Suzuki has given significant cosmetic treatment to the Baleno both outside and inside as well. The new Maruti Suzuki Baleno is an extensively upgraded model compared to its predecessor but the platform and powertrain remain the same. That said, it now gets a redesigned front end ...
Tata Motors Kaziranga Range SUVs launched
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Tata Motors Kaziranga Range SUVs launched

Celebrating its leadership position in the SUV segment, Tata Motors, has launched yet another special edition range of its SUVs. Dubbed 'Kaziranga', the entire SUV lineup, which includes the Punch, Nexon, Harrier and Safari models pays homage to the Kaziranga National Park situated in Assam, which is famous for the Great Indian one horned Rhinoceros. These new editions gain exterior and interior changes along with new features. On the exterior, the Kaziranga Edition SUVs come finished in an exclusive Grassland Beige paint shade with contrasting blacked-out treatment for the roof, wheels, wing mirrors and all other chrome trims. The SUVs also get a blacked-out rhino motif on its front fender and special door scuff plates with ‘Kaziranga’ lettering on it. The rhino motif is also prese...
Royal Enfield Scram 411 launch around the corner
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Royal Enfield Scram 411 launch around the corner

The next big launch from Royal Enfield is the Scram 411 which is essentially a road-friendly version of Himlayan. Sources say that the first units have now arrived at dealer showrooms which hints the launch is around the corner, The Scram 411 is essentially a stripped-back version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, with the intention of offering a more playful, scrambler-style motorcycle as an alternative to the ADV-style Himalayan. What is immediately clear is that the Scram loses the Himalayan’s windscreen, and instead of the tubular metal structures around the fuel tank, it gets a small fuel tank shroud. The other significant visual change is that the Scram 411 gets a small metal headlamp cowl. A few more changes are in the form of a new single-piece seat and different side pa...
Spied: Royal Enfield 650cc Cruiser. Global unveil likely soon
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Spied: Royal Enfield 650cc Cruiser. Global unveil likely soon

A new set of spy shots have emerged on the internet of what very well appears to be the Royal Enfield 650 Cruiser. According to RideApart, it could be the first glimpse of a real-world SG650 Concept. That certainly appears to be the case as the styling cues are similar to the Interceptor 650. There have been quite a number of RE spy shots. To list some, we’ve seen multiple iterations of the 650cc, a scrambler-based version of the 350cc, the upcoming Scram 411 (Himalayan-based) and more. However, there has been no word on if the J-Series engine will be making its way to the Bullet lineup anytime soon. Being a retro motorcycle, it continues the theme of circular elements. The headlamp, tail lamp and turn indicators are circular. The rear tail lamp is the same unit that we have seen...
Mahindra e-Alfa Cargo launced at INR 1.44 lakh
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Mahindra e-Alfa Cargo launced at INR 1.44 lakh

Mahindra Electric Mobility Ltd, the electric vehicle manufacturing subsidiary of the Indian automaker- Mahindra Group has launchd a new three-wheeler called e-Alfa Cargo. This battery-powered cargo vehicle has been priced at a INR 1.44 lakh (ex-showroom). Mahindra claims that an owner of e-Alfa Cargo can save up to Rs 60 000.00 per year in fuel costs when compared with a diesel cargo 3-wheeler. E Alfa Cargo is powered by an electric motor with a peak power output of 1.5 kW while using the unique additional High Torque gear. It gets a dual-speed manual transmission with an integrated differential that ensures a good grade ability of 7 degrees. This powertrain returns a range of 80km on a single charge and a top speed of only 25kmph. Mahindra is offering an off-board 48 V/15 A char...