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Tata Nexon EV Review: India’s Most Affordable Electric SUV, Now Available at Rs 13.99 Lakh



Tata Nexon EV

Tata Motors will soon be launching its most advanced all-electric SUV in the Indian market, that is named as Nexon EV.  The electric SUV is the primary product from the brand to highlight the company’s all-new ‘Ziptron’ powertrain.

Design & Style 

 The front of the Tata Nexon EV appears with a perfectly revived appearance, endeavoring a more sporty and superior charisma. Interiors on the new electric SUV have also been modernized; continuing to the sporty features of the Nexon.

The new headlamps are now sharper-looking and appear with projector headlamps. The LED DRLs on the new Tata Nexon EV has also been renewed and is combined into the principal headlamp cluster. The DRLs currently arrive in an X-shape, furnishing it a dynamic design.

The front edge also arrives with modernized housing for the fog lamps, which have also been renewed. The front bumper now attains with a more open-air dam at the bottom-center with what Tata Motors like to call ‘Electric Blue’.

 Nexon EV is an entirely different set of 16-inch diamond-cut metal wheels as well, combining to the premium-ness of the SUV.

Interiors & practicality

Customers are instantly greeted to a simple yet revised cabin. The Nexon EV arises with a beautifully enclosed leather steering roller, with installed controls for the audio and call functionalities.

Behind the steering wheel is a semi-digital device cluster, with an analog speedometer. and digital display. The digital display is related to that on the Altroz premium hatchback, yet, on the Nexon EV, it contributes a host of other data as well. This involves battery status, battery percentage, tachometer, regenerative braking mode; among other functionalities.

The Tata Nexon EV highlights a seven-inch floating touchscreen infotainment display, supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also emphasizes the brand’s United technology as well, which on its individual grants an added 35 features, controllable via an app on the smartphone.

Placed below the infotainment system on the middle console are the AC vents. It’s enclosed by electric blue accents, moved forward from the interiors. The dashboard arrives with a dual-tone scheme, with a black finish on the roof and beige at the bottom, simultaneously with a piano-black end in between

The dashboard appears with soft-touch elements as well, extending a rewarding look and touch in the cabin. Along with this, the Tata Nexon EV also contributes a USB port and a 12V charging socket, which are located well, for your better convenience. There are also loads of cubby areas in the middle console.

In words of practicality, the Tata Nexon EV comprises various cubby spaces and storage all around. It grants an extensive glovebox, loads of storage ranges on the all four doors, on the center console, and behind the front seats. Drive capacity on the Nexon EV is 350-litres, although this can additionally be stretched through a 60:40 split of the rear seats.

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Hyundai will launch Creta SUV : Price, Lunch date 2020



Hyundai will launch Creta SUV : Price, Lunch date 2020

The launch of the new Creta will going launch this month. The SUV will be powered by a BS6 emission compliant 1.5 litre diesel and petrol engines and also 1.4 litre turbo. Hyundai Motors’ vision for the future is not all about cutting-edge technology and flying vehicles. It is every bit as much for the perennial question of how to address concerns over last-mile connectivity and the Korean car maker may now have the appropriate solution – a 7-kilo electric scooter than can be unpacked in a jiffy and taken out for short distances of about 20 kilometers.

Featuring a 10.5 Ah lithium battery, Hyundai’s electric scooter boasts of a top speed of 20 kmph and can last for around 20 kilometers on a single charge. It comes complete with curved front LED headlights, two rear tail lamps and a digital display that shows battery status and speed.

The most recent iteration of Hyundai’s electric scooter gets a rear-wheel drive which, the company says, ensures better safety and stability. Suspension has been moved to the front wheel to help it tackle rough surfaces with better control. And if that’s not enough, the e-scooter will soon also get regenerative braking system that could increase its range by about 1.5 kilometers.

And after all of this, when time comes to return to more conventional means of transportation, the e-scooter can be folded and packed into the rear seats of a sedan or the boot of a compact car.

Dongjin Hyun, Head of Hyundai Motor Group’s robotics team said “While the e-scooter from Hyundai is not likely to hit commercial production scales any time soon, the company says it could be the perfect solution for crowded cities battling traffic woes. “Our personal electric scooter makes first- and last-mile commuting a joy, while helping to reduce congestion and emissions in city centers”.


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Aprilia Tuono 125 Price, mileage review and other features



Aprilia Tuono 125

Aprilia has entered the Tuono 125 motorcycle on its official Indian website. The Aprilia Tuono 125 has been motivated by its bigger sibling, the Tuono V4 1100 RR and appears with a multitude of features and accessories, making it a remarkably beautiful offering.

Although there is no reliable information concerning the Tuono 125 getting to the Indian market. The listing of the motorcycle on the official website implies that Aprilia could be staring at entering the motorcycle in the Indian market.

The organization had earlier confirmed that they were working on adding a low displacement motorcycle in the Indian market. Aprilia had even showcased the Tuono 150 and the RS150 in India, with several hoping for its launch at the Auto Expo 2020. Nevertheless, both motorcycles abandoned to make an impression at the Delhi Expo.

The organization could now be running on introducing an even more modest displacement motorcycle, with the Tuono 125. As per the business website, the Tuono 125 as the name implies will come powered by a 124cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor.

Although specific power and torque terms of the motorcycle have not been announced on the website, we expect it to be around 14bhp and 11Nm of torque; paired with a five-speed gearbox.

The suspension on the Aprilia Tuono 125 is within a set of 40mm upside-down forks at the front and an asymmetrical mono-shock suspension locked up at the back.

Braking is controlled by a single 300mm disc at the front with a 4-piston caliper and a 218mm disc at the rear with a single-piston caliper. The wheels on the Aprilia Tuono 125 are a couple of 17-inch metal wheels, with 100/80 and 130/70 front and rear profiles.

The Aprilia Tuono 125 also arises with a host of specialties and facilities as well. Few of these combine fuel-injection system, quick-shifter, racing-inspired exhaust, broad and high handlebar space, somewhat forward set footpegs, LED headlamps and DRLS sparked by its larger V4 1100 sibling and a multitude of others as well.

There is currently no data concerning the introduction of the Aprilia Tuono 125 in the Indian market. The motorcycle has, though, been listed on the official website, which has increased inventions.

If launched in the Indian market, the Aprilia Tuono 125 could be assessed in the range of Rs 1.10 lakh, ex-showroom and rival the likes of the KTM Duke 125. The bike is all excellent but the lack of ABS makes it unsafe to secure skids. Also, the blessed riding position may not comply with several riders.

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Hyundai Creta 2020 price and variants revealed, check out the details



Hyundai Creta 2020

The new Hyundai Creta 2020 got ready to launch in India on March 17. It’s Revealed on February 6 at this year’s Auto Expo. The 2020 Creta gets a perfectly renovated exterior. The new Creta inner details have been unveiled by Hyundai Motor India as well. Even the information about the 2nd generation Creta variants have also been announced by Hyundai

With the countdown started for the launch, the Hyundai has now shared more details on the forthcoming model, including the motors and the variants that will be on the proposition. The 2020 Creta will be marketed with three engine probabilities and a huge 14 variants. The new Hyundai Creta will endeavor in five principal variants – E, EX, S, SX, and SX (O) over the various engine and gearbox choices.

 Hyundai Creta  2020 – Engine and transmission

Concerning the motors, the new-generation Hyundai Creta will receive the 1.4-liter Turbo GDI petrol, 1.5-liter petrol, 1.5-litre VGT diesel, and all of which are BS6 submissive. The engines previously power the Kia Seltos within the Hyundai Group and reinstate the 1.4-liter and 1.6-liter viewed on the current Creta. Transmission alternatives will incorporate the 7-speed DCT,6-speed manual and torque convertor, and the IVT automatic on the SUV. There will be various driving methods – SportEco, and Comfort. Multiple traction control modes are Sand, Snow, and Mud

In phases of engine availability, the 1.5-liter petrol engine will be extended from the EX trim onwards, moving up to the SX (O) trim. The 1.5-liter diesel, on the other hand, will be endeavored directly from the bottom E variant. There will be a diesel automatic too accessible on the first SX and SX (O) variants of the SUV.

Hyundai Creta  2020 – Internal features

The second-generation Hyundai Creta will be packed on the innovation front with a multitude of segment firsts. The compact SUV will appear with paddle-shifters, the antique engine starts on the standard variant, Bose sound regularity, rear seat headrest cushion, and two-step rear seat resting function. The SUV will also arrive with a 7-inch display for the device console, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, and Apple Car Play, BlueLink smartwatch app, scenic sunroof, vented seats, a rearview monitor., ambient lighting tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and electric parking brake,

Hyundai Creta  2020 – External features

Visually, the new Creta receives a new exterior design with the 3D cascading grille flanked by the more comprehensive LED headlamps with original boomerang-shaped DRLs. The covers have been beefed up with new skid dishes and there are new 17-inch diamond-cut metal wheels as well. The backside of the car gets a distinctive plan with the LED taillights offering the boomerang factor. The new version is also foreseen to be more capacious with a larger boot while providing better legroom than the friendly version.

Hyundai Creta  2020 – Price and competitors

The modern generation Hyundai Creta has rated just a hint under ₹ 10 lakh, and we do assume the new model to receive a comparable price tag retaining things ambitious. The competitors of Creta including the MG Hector, Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier and Jeep Compass.


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2020 Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 introduced In India;Check price and features



2020 Honda Unicorn 160 BS6

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has launched Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 in India. The 2020 Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 is rated from ₹ 93,593 and gets an abrupt rise in prices by about ₹ 13,500 over the outgoing Unicorn 150 ABS. Honda has rebranded the vehicle to only the ‘Unicorn’ denoting that only a free version will be on the proposal. This indicates the Unicorn’s 150 cc motor will be terminated and the bike has been updated to the 160 cc-power mills. The current CB Unicorn 160 also gets interrupted as a consequence, which emphasized a more premium design and a more robust motor. The new Unicorn 160 BS6 not simply receives an updated motor but updated styling, increased comfortability, and ultimately, a motor kill switch.

Talking on the ship, Minoru Kato, President, CEO & Managing Director, HMSI said, “Unicorn was the preeminent bike launched by Honda in India. After its launch, it has always been the benchmark when it arrives at motor subtlety and sleek performance. With a legacy of more than 16 years, brand Unicorn has been the leading selection of more than 2.5 million households.”

Talking about the Unicorn BS6, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President, Sales, and Marketing, HMSI said, “With the latest high-level PGM-FI HET 160 cc motor producing more power, Unicorn BS6 will elevate the bar for seamless polished performance along with the support of Honda security.”

Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 – Engine

The new Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 hits a BS6 compliant 162.7 cc single-cylinder engine with fuel-injection and Honda Eco Technology (HET). Power from the engine reaches at 12.73 bhp at 7500 rpm, similarly as the 150 cc version, while top torque now reaches 14 Nm accessible at 5000 rpm, up from 12.8 Nm on the more traditional model. The organization says the new motor has been optimized for greater performance and more low-end torque, while the indicator showing rocker arm assists in overcoming resistance losses. The new engine also appears with a counter weight-balancer that lessens fluctuations and promotes continuous acceleration.

Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 – Other features

Visually, the 2020 Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 now receives a larger front cowl with a preserved screen and chrome embellishment on the cowl. The bike also sports the 3D Honda logo, chrome weights on the surface coat and chrome finished lettering for the Unicorn nameplate. The bike receives a blue backlit semi-digital machine console, while the signature taillight layout has been preserved. The bike also now claims 8 mm of extra ground removal, while the seat length has grown by 24 mm that should make long-distance rides a lot more convenient. The big difference is also the extension of a motor kill switch on the Unicorn and that surely will cause a lot of future clients satisfied.

The new Unicorn 160 BS6 also arrives with the new HET low rolling friction tubeless tires, while the bike proceeds to sport telescopic forks upfront and a mono-shock at the back. The bike also receives single-channel ABS as standard, and seal chain for some settlements and low maintenance. Much like Honda’s other BS6 series, the new Unicorn also arrives with a six-year guarantee package. The bike is being proposed in three colors –, Imperial Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black & Mat Axis Gray Metallic.

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Honda City 2020 Model To Be Unveiled On 16 March: Expected Price and features



Honda City 2020

Japan-based auto manufacturer, Honda, has declared that it will reveal the all-new fifth-generation Honda City 2020 on 16 March. According to sources, the organization will also formally open bookings for the vehicle at the unveiling ceremony.

The forthcoming Honda City model will appear with minor modifications made over international models. The front fascia of the vehicle highlights more active LED headlamps, front grille, LED DRLs, and redesigned bumpers, and fog lamps.

Honda City – Interior design 

Interiors will highlight an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto cooperative, a digital instrument cluster, an electric sunroof, and rear air conditioning drains, among a list of other human compassion.

2020 Honda City – Safety features

Safety features on the 2020 Honda City will add ABS with EBD, vehicle stability control, cruise control, camera, rear parking sensors and an ISOFIX child safety anchors amongst a host of others.

Honda City – engine

Honda’s fifth-generation sedan will appear with BS6 compliant 1.5-liter petrol and diesel alternatives. The 1.5-liter i-VTEC petrol engine produces 117 brake horsepower and 145Nm of torque.

The 1.5-liter i-DTEC diesel motor produces 100 brake horsepower and 200Nm of torque. Transmission options incorporate a six-speed manual and a CVT automatic.

There is news that the Honda City RS Turbo might be started in India as well. The RS Turbo variant features a 1.0-liter turbo petrol motor that produces 122 brake horsepower and 173Nm of torque.

2020 Honda City – Price

Current-generation models have rated between Rs 9.91 lakh and Rs 14.31 lakh, and we suppose the 2020 Honda City models to be priced between Rs 10.5 lakh and Rs 16.5 lakh. All prices stated are ex-showroom.

Final Verdict

The City has always been one of Honda’s best selling models in the nation. We foresee the new 2020 models to do great than any earlier generation models, as long as Honda retains the price competitive adequately.


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