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Chevrolet launches limited edition Spark

        General Motors India launched a limited edition Spark today with prices ranging from Rs. 3.44 to Rs. 3.99 lakh Ex-showroom, New Delhi.

The limited edition Spark gets features such as -
  • Steering wheel cover
  • Neck rests
  • Ambient foot-well lighting
  • Beige seat covers with red stripes
  • Exterior chrome kit
  • Floor mats
  • Outside rear view mirrors with integrated turn signals
  • Side body graphics in a choice of two colors
  • ‘Limited edition’ badge.

        The Limited edition Spark will be available for a limited period and in seven colour options - Summit White, Sandrift Grey, Misty Lake Metallic, Switchblade Silver, Velvet Red, Linen Beige and Caviar Black

Arvind Saxena, President and Managing Director of GM India, said -
The stylish, frugal and spacious city car with superior SMARTECH engine technology appeals to all aspirational first-time buyers and young nuclear families across India.
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Suzuki S Cross spied in India

        With what we see from the picture is for sure that the test mule is indeed the Suzuki S-Cross undergoing testing on Indian soil. The spy pictures courtesy Autocarindia has been taken from Manali where the test mules were undergoing high altitude testing.

        Carefully looking at the pictures you can sure that there is not a little difference from the basic look of the car. Suzuki S-Cross has been in international markets for a while and Suzuki might just launch it in India without changing its looks. Of course the mechanicals will be altered to suit the Indian driving conditions.
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Honda Mobilio spied on Indian roads, launch near

        Honda’s third model on Brio’s platform, Mobilio MPV has been spied on Indian roads. Honda had earlier announced the Mobilio launch in India in July 2014 and we fell the launch process is going as per the plan.

        Honda Mobilio will compete with Maruti Ertiga and Toyota Innova in Indian Market. The former is likely to be direct competitor from Honda as both Ertiga and Mobilio will be offered in petrol variant as well. The second point is, both the vehicles have been aimed at personal car buyers unlike the Innova which has got good share of fleet buyers.

        Honda has stretched the wheelbase of Brio to 2650mm which gives ample space inside. The design has been futuristic as always from Honda and from any angle its difficult to call it a MPV. The sporty looks will appeal to personal car buyers which Honda is aiming for.

        Honda Mobilio will be offered in both petrol and diesel engines. Both the engines will be borrowed from the City sedan. An important point to note is, the 1.5L i-DTec diesel engine will be borrowed from the City and not the Amaze as Mobilio is a heavy vehicle and the improved i-DTec engine from City will deliver better performance.

        As Honda is gearing up to launch Mobilio in India in July, expect Maruti to slash the prices of Eritiga LUV!

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