It seems maruti has mastered the art of lightweight technology. With paper like metal sheets they seems to show no concerns on passengers safety.
Majority of indian buyers are obsessed with Maruti name and generally ignore safety aspects.
Volkswagen and Skoda though costly to buy and maintain but its good to see that they do not compromise on safety front.
Must say the Honda Jazz is one of the best cars in its segment. The earlier Jazz was a tad overpriced and subsequently was sold was on an attractive discount which led to quick stock clearing from the Honda Factory Finshed Goods yard and Dealer Inventory .
Honda took the learning from the Old Jazz Price pain and launched the "The New Jazz" at a competitive price
The New JAzz initially showed initial bouyant sales figures, however later plateaued and then subsequently tanked
Does the Indian consumer still find it overpriced? For the performance, style. equipement levels, I feel it is rightly priced.
Was it not promoted and or marketed rightly ? Did it get caught between the Utility segment and the aspirational one ?
Were the people confused by its unique styling which cut across traditional lines hatchback and sedan Or is the 3 Box Sedan Customer still adamant for the Boot outside for Social reasons
Anywhich ways, I personally love this car and one can check out its rating by All India Experts and its actual users here at Motor Uncle
The world is going mad after Driverless and Autonomous Cars. How safe and Practical are they?
Especially for developing markets like BRIC
Would you be comfortable in driving or be driven in One ?
How do we envisage the world in next 5 to 10 years ... Would we see self driving cars and pods buzzing down the roads ?
In the era of several distractions and 75% of accidents happening due to driver error and Driverless cars still a bit away ... Why can't we have more Inclusion and acceptance of HUD
Just the way the naughtiest Brat in the class is made the class monitor... Tine to actively engage the navigation, phone , music system on HUD ..
So that atleast the driver has Head Up ... No matter what !
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Heard this machine is better than Innova Crysta, XUV500, and few others in terms of ride, handling, safety measures, and also supposedly comes with air suspension.
I m a bit mad on media, content writers and the society at large
A simple google search of best cars for women shows up results of only small dinky hatchbacks.
What does the male dominated society think? Girls cant drive or handle big machines!
I give out a clarion call to girls and femnists to admonish this belief of girls being second fiddle, weak Gender
Girls are no less and can have a lot of Fun with their machines
The much-awaited new-gen Suzuki Swift (New Maruti Swift 2017 in India) has made its world debut in Japan.
In Japan, the hatchback will go on sale on 4th January, while it will come to India around mid-2017.
Suzuki's engineering division says that, first and foremost, it has made the car fun to drive. It also carries on to say that Suzuki has stressed on giving the new Swift some real personality.
New Maruti Swift 2017 Features:
– Large hexagonal grille
– Automatic LED headlamps
– Floating roof
– All-new wraparound taillamps
– Rear Wiper & Washer
– Halogen foglamps
– Rear foglamp
– Keyless entry
– Rear door handle towards the C-Pillar
– New steering wheel
– New HVAC controls with circular vents positioned in the center
– Two-pod instrument dials with a large MID
– Automatic climate control
– Touchscreen SmartPlay entertainment system
– Voice command & navigation system
– Contrasting trim on dashboard, door panels and floor
WOw! This is Great news!! Brezza wins the Icoty!
A great vehicle truly deserved!!
Maruti Suzuki on Wednesday said its SUV Vitara Brezza sold nearly 83,000 units since its launch in March this year and won the "Indian Car of the Year 2017" award.
"Vitara Brezza has sold nearly 83,000 units since its launch in March 2016, making it one of India's top 10 selling models and propelling Maruti Suzuki to the leadership position in the utility vehicle space as well," the company said in a statement.
A consortium of 15 auto journalists declared Vitara Brezza the "Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) 2017" among all the cars launched in 2016. It battled it out against the Hyundai Tucson and Toyota Innova Crysta.
Would the Car Market Down Spiral ? For how long would the dip be there?
Would it recover by Q1 FY 2017 when the GST Also begins to kick in?
I believe these three features should be made part of common minimum program for safety in all. Vehicles
Are they really Practical and safe for India ?
I have been using the renault Duster last 1.5 years... Its great car but this choon choon sounds really bugs me .... plus the jets of the windshield wash remain perpetually clogged creating huge inconvenience and a safety issue on most of the Monsoon days.... what to do ...!
Need to get rid of this Chu Chu Sound ....…
I have heard BMW and Mercs are more economical to…