Tata Safari and Mahinda Scorpio, the leading SUVs in the Indian auto market come within the same price band of Rs 10 lakh, but who do you think overthrows the other when it comes to power. This year has shown a tremendous growth in the domestic auto market and especially the SUV segment has lured the Indian buyers. It is expected that this growth will continue and for the readers those who are looking for an Indian brand SUV, here's the comparison which will help you decide on which power wagon to choice from. These tyrants on roads can easily move through deep slushes and high altitudes. These muscular, sturdy wagon crush even the hardest barrel underneath.
The market of small cars has always been blooming in comparison to all the major car segments in India. Currently the market is full of a number of hatchbacks both in the entry level and in the premium class. Right from Tata Nano to Hyundai i20, small cars are coming in various price and feature range. We have often drawn comparison between cars priced in the similar range, however, this time we would like to initiate an unusual comparison between various small cars whatever the price range.
Maruti Suzuki motors India has managed to be the producer of the largest selling cars in India, be it Maruti 800, Maruti Wagon R or the current ruler Maruti Suzuki Alto. Alto has been the single top seller since that past 6 years ever since it overtook the sales chart of Maruti 800 in 2004. The company notched around 2.5 Lacs Altos last year and the first quarter of 2010 saw an unprecedented 70,000 sales mark drawn alone by Maruti Alto. With Alto doing extremely well and liked by Indians across all segments, the company is taking intelligent moves by not relying completely on its laurels and neither replacing it with a new model.
With hatchbacks pouring this season, there is a clear distinction of "Value" and "premium" hatchbacks that has stood in the fore-front. The customers of the former segment have preference to the price label and are willing to compromise on features, while the ones in the latter segment are more inclined towards better features and quality, indeed ready to loosen more bucks. Flamboyant and stylish Hyundai i20 and tall and individualistic Skoda Fabia both fall in the latter category.
Volkswagen and Fiat, the two popular and trusted auto makers are soon to launch their much hyped cars in the sedan segment. Fiat would launch Fiat Linea T Jet in the month of July'2010 that would be priced in the bracket of Rs 7 to 9 lakhs. Volkswagen Vento whose sketch was revealed lately is expected to launch around the same time in India. It is speculated that Volkswagen Vento is based on the famous hatchback Polo's platform. The cars would surely compete hands down, so lets have a preliminary assessment of various features of the cars.
Honda City have been habitual of ruling its segment as far as the Indian automobile market is concerned. Having launched in 1998, the car eventually grabbed the "Car of the year" award and became the conqueror of its C segment of cars. Recently announced launch of Volkswagen Vento has placed huge bets in the Indian automobile Industry on the future leader of the segment. Volkswagen is looking forward to Vento after its recent successful launch of Volkswagen Polo, a premium hatchback. Lets have a detailed comparison of the two on varied fronts.
War of Wheels : Compare Skoda Fabia and Honda Jazz
Both Honda Jazz and Skoda Fabia hogged a good amount of limelight in the media during its launch and paid big bucks for its promotion. Seemed like a win win situation at the time. As much as exciting the features were, the biggest let down was their price. HondaJazz priced at Rs 7.9 lakhs (ex-showroom price, Delhi) and SkodaFabia priced at 8.42 lakhs ( ex-showroom price, Delhi). Though the two cars are closely priced but the two are vastly different. To begin with, where Honda Jazz is available with only petrol engine, Skoda Fabia is available with both petrol and diesel variants. Lets compare the two and see as to what these cars actually offer.
The Indian auto market has several SUVs to offer. Among the many SUVs trying to grab a piece of the Indian marketMahindra Scorpio, Tata Safari and Mahindra Xylo are neck to neck. All three cars have their own unique features and set of fans. So, here is a comparison between the features of these cars to help you make a choice.