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Mercedes-Benz India today rolled out the locally assembled GLA-Class SUV at a starting price of R

s. 31.31 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). The day also marked the inauguration of phase 2 at the German carmaker’s production facility in Chakan, Pune that will now mean augmentation of the production capacity to 20,000 units per year. The Mercedes-Benz Chakan plant has received an investment of over Rs. 1,000 crore since its inception in 2009. Interestingly, both, the installed production capacity and the investment, are the largest for any luxury carmaker in India.

Also Read: Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class Review

Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister, Maharashtra, not only inaugurated the new production facility, but also drove out the first GLA-Class made by the company in Pune. Also present on the occasion were Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister, Environment, Forest & Climate Change, and Subhash Desai, Industry Minister, Maharashtra along with the top-brass from Mercedes-Benz India.

Eberhard Kern, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, said, “Rolling out our first ever locally manufactured GLA and commencing production from India’s largest installed luxury car production facility are two very significant accomplishments for Mercedes-Benz in India. Our endeavours are all driven by our customer centric approach, as we believe in creating enhanced value for them. The GLA has been a sensation in the compact luxury SUV market and witnessed an increasing demand from across the markets. The GLA would be the first of the New Generation Cars to be rolling out of our plant. Mercedes-Benz India is on the right growth path and we are confident that we are creating a better future for the brand in India.”

Though the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class is offered with 2 engine options, namely a 2.0-litre petrol and a 2.1-litre diesel, only the diesel GLA-CLass will be assembled in the country for now. The inline, 4-cylinder diesel engine with turbocharging and direct injection is mated to a 7-speed ducal clutch transmission. The GLA 200 CDI returns a claimed mileage of 17.9Km/l, thus making it the most fuel-efficient SUV in the segment.

Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDI Specs:

Engine Displacement: 2143cc

Power: 136bhp

Torque: 300Nm @ 1600-3000rpm

0-100Km/h: 9.9 seconds

Top-Speed: 205Km/h

Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDI Prices (ex-showroom, Pune):

Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDI Style: Rs. 31.31 lakh

Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDI Sport: Rs. 34.25 lakh



So you know it’s a good day when you’re greeted by Audi’s line-up of the S4, R8 and TT in the driveway. Walk in to the venue and there’s already much anxiety over the new car to be launched.


As Audi India head Michael Perschke takes the stage, he quickly reminds you that the luxury market has taken a beating in the last few years, with a nominal 20-25% increase (more than 50% of which is attributed to Audi car sales) cursed by the dwindling rupee value and the 25% duty hike on imported cars.


Yet Audi has still managed a 20% upswing where others brands are on a downward trajectory. Having beat BMW and Mercedes-Benz to pole position last year, we reckon Audi’s got 2013-2014 in the pocket considering their first 6 months sales figures trump the other two players.


It’s easy to pick up on Audi’s aggressive social media strategy and commercial promotions (remember the Audi Arctic ice driving experience and Race 2 R8 posters?), but what’s more interesting is that as BMW rolls out the 1 series andMercedes-Benz the new A class, Audi’s been hitting it out of the ballpark with a new model launch every single month this year. While January welcomed the Q5, February the R8, and March the Audi Q3 2.0 TFSI, the following months were about the R8 V10 Plus, Audi A6 special edition, the new Audi RS5, and we can shortly expect the Audi S6.


On that note, we arrive at the unveiling of the only RS model from the marquee in India, and under the wraps glistens a very blue RS 5 Coupe, a 2-door 4-seat drive with the signature matte aluminium Audi rings screaming luxury right off the bumper.


At first go, you may have trouble finding the awe factor about the car’s appearance, but your struggle is quickly diffused when the LED on the Xenon Plus headlamps remind you why there truly is none other like an Audi. The dual branch exhaust system and oval tailpipes are one of the reasons most Audi cars look just as good going, as they do coming your way.


Audi Rules Luxury Car Market, Unveils RS 5 Coupe

Audi RS 5 has a 4.2 litre V8 FSI engine


The car has had a design upgrade and now features more angled upper corners and a high-gloss anthracite diamond design grille. The sizeable 19″ 10-spoke aluminium alloy wheels coupled with the car’s ceramic break system would make this a dream drive for speed enthusiasts.


The interiors are just as well, with clean lines of nappa leather upholstery and electrically adjustable sports seats in the front. A multifunction driver friendly steering wheel is equipped with quick touch controls for the air conditioning and MMI navigation system.


On further inspection we note the car’s infotainment package includes the standard Audi sound system with some pretty powerful Bang & Olufsen speakers.


Under the hood is a 4.2 litres V8 FSI that gives 450hp @8,250 rpm. This lets the car do 0-100km/h in 4.5 seconds, electronically adjusted to max out at 250km/h.


In terms of fuel efficiency, Audi claims the RS 5 stats stand at 10.5 litres per 100km, and we know the 7 Speed S Tronic Transmission system contributes significantly to these figures.


Audi Rules Luxury Car Market, Unveils RS 5 Coupe

Nappa leather upholstery and electrically adjustable sports seats


But what we believe drivers will enjoy the most yet again is the Audi Auto Drive select, a one-touch button control on the central console that provides you different drive modes like auto, dynamic, comfort, efficient and individual.


And when in the need for speed, hit Launch Control to zoom off into sports mood from the point of standstill in the least possible time.


Priced at just under Rs 1 cr (Rs 95,28,000 ex-showroom Maharashtra), will the RS 5 beat the BMW 1 series andMercedes-Benz A class to the finish line? We’ll have to wait and watch.



With an eye on increasing market share in India, Korean auto major Hyundai is gearing up to enter the compact SUV and multi-purpose vehicle segments from next year.

Buoyed by strong response to its newly launched hatchback Elite i20 and success of compact sedan Xcent, the company’s Indian arm Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) is also looking forward to a strong festive season sales.

Hyundai ix25 compact SUV

“From this year we have started entering segment where we are not present. We will continue to do this in the coming years to enter segments where we are not present currently,” HMIL Vice President Sales and Marketing Rakesh Srivastava told PTI here.

Earlier this year, the company had entered the compact sedan segment with Xcent and has so far sold 30,000 units.

When asked about the segment that HMIL would enter next, he said: “The compact SUV and MPV segments are growing in India and these are of interest to us.”

Srivastava, however, declined to share which segment the company would first enter between the two.

Company sources said the compact SUV is a priority and could be launched next year.

Elaborating on the company’s strategy, Srivastava said: “With the new products, along with refreshes of existing models and enhancement of our channels, we should be able to increase our market share by one percentage point each year in the next few years.”

In the January-July period of 2014, the company sold 2,35,432 cars in India, translating into a market share of 21.6 per cent. During the same period last year, the company’s market share was at 20.4 per cent.

On the festive season expectations, he said: “The last couple of years have been challenging for the industry. We have been bringing new products and this year we are well poised to maximise opportunities in the season.”

In the last two years, he said, HMIL has successfully launched Elantra, Grandi10, Santa FE and Xcent models.

“The Elite i20 will be our fifth successful launch and the response we have had from the customers since launch on August 11 has been phenomenal.”



After long wait, BMW finally launched the BMW 1 Series in September 2013. With the Mercedes-Benz and Volvo already having their trumps in this arena, the 1 Series has jumped into this highly competitive people’s car segment. Considering the potential of the luxury hatchback segment, since it brings luxury closer to common men in India, and the technological finesse from the Munich based German car maker, 1 Series has great opportunities in the market. Through this model, the marque also takes on its some of its global rivals, head-on and there can be no better market than India for BMW to display its strength over other competitors. With such competitive backdrop, BMW has worked sincerely towards building the 1 Series and has ensured to make it brilliant in all magnitudes. Designed like a true BMW, the car embodies features and equipment which authenticate the DNA of its elder siblings. A marvel in looks and an object of fascination in terms of equipment and features, the 1 Series drives extremely smooth and possess everything and even more than a driver’s expectation.

BMW has been smart in bringing out the variants for its most affordable car. As expected the 1 Series has both diesel and petrol mills in the options list. The luxury car gets single trim for petrol model and three levels of trims for the diesel version.  The base model, the Sport Line and Sport Plus trim levels have different set of features and equipment. There are about colour shades which are available as options for the BMW 1 Series.


Price: $400,000

Legendary British Vintage Black is ranked 4th in this Top 10 World’s Most expensive bikes. This Bike is So much costly due to its uniqueness and also of antiquity. This Vintage bike was manufactured in Britain. It has two cylindrical engines which can produce up to 250 cc of Power



maruti-suzuki-baleno-rs_827x510_71467980855The Maruti Suzuki Baleno has already struck a chord with the people here and considering that it has been selling more than 9000 units on a monthly basis, the demand is on the rise. The company is still playing catch up with the demand for the car and trying its best to curtail the waiting period on the car, which is probably why it thought that the launch of its go-fast RS version of the car should be postponed in the first half of 2017.

The Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS debuted in India earlier this year at the 2016 Auto Expo and the car won’t come in January because the Ignis will be launched then. The Baleno RS then will come in February or March, so it’s launch is just about a couple of months away. The Baleno RS comes with ample style and power and will initiate the carmaker into the country’s hot hatch segment that currently fields names like the Fiat Punto Abarth, Volkswagen Polo GT, and Polo GTI.

maruti-suzuki-baleno-spy-image_827x510_71467980957Baleno RS Spied

The Maruti Baleno RS will derive power from Suzuki’s 1.0-litre BoosterJet turbo petrol engine developing 110bhp and a maximum torque of 170Nm, which will not make it the most powerful hatch but it’s up there. The company will offer a CVT unit and probably a manual gearbox too. The new Baleno RS’ list of provisions is likely to include the sporty bucket seats, a flat-bottom unit steering wheel with mounted controls, a moderately refurbished dashboard, SmartPlay infotainment system with Apple CarPlay support, and aluminium finish pedals. The car will be retailed via Maruti Suzuki India’s premium dealership network – Nexa and is likely to come bearing a price tag of ₹ 8 lakh – ₹ 9.5 lakh.




The NDTV Car and Bike Awards have the distinction of being India’s most credible automobile awards, while also having India’s most voted for Viewers’ Choice categories. The CNB Viewers’ Choice Car and Two Wheeler of the Year are sought after trophies at each year’s event. The 12th edition of the NDTV Car and Bike Awards concluded today with the best of the best winning the coveted awards.

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India swept the 2017 NDTV CarandBike awards with the Honda Navi winning the coveted Two Wheeler of the Year, as well as notching up wins in the Two Wheeler Design of the Year as well as Team HMSI notching up the PR and Communication of the Year for the Honda Navi. The two wheeler jury was of the unanimous view that the Honda Navi is can neither be called a scooter, nor a motorcycle, so a new category had to be introduced and the Navi also won that category, the Mini Bike of the Year.

The Scooter of the Year Award goes to the Aprilia SR 150 while the NDTV Viewers’ Choice Two Wheeler of the Year Award was won by the Bajaj V15. Other notable winners include the Triumph Street Twin, Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro and the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

Here’s a list of the winners in the two wheeler categories:

Two Wheeler of the Year

honda-navi_827x510_81481901034Honda Navi

Scooter of the Year

aprilia-sr-150_827x510_61481901249Aprilia SR 150

Motorcycle of the Year (Up to 110cc)

tvs-victor_827x510_81481901304TVS Victor

Motorcycle of the Year (Up to 160cc)

honda-cb-hornet-160r_827x510_41481901344Honda CB Hornet 160R
Motorcycle of the Year (Up to 250cc)

tvs-apache-rtr-200-4v_827x510_41481901648TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

Motorcycle of the Year (Up to 500cc)

royal-enfield-himalayan_827x510_51481901686Royal Enfield Himalayan

Motorcycle of the Year (Up to 1000cc)

triumph-street-twin_827x510_61481901749Triumph Street Twin

Motorcycle of the Year (Above 1000cc)

ducati-multistrada-1200-enduro_827x510_41481901801Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro

Viewers’ Choice Two Wheeler of the Year

bajaj-v15_827x510_51481901842Bajaj V15

Mini Bike of the Year

honda-navi_827x510_71481901893Honda Navi

Two Wheeler Design of the Year



Honda Navi


mercedes-benz-e-class-edition-e_827x510_51456295617Mercedes-Benz India today launched a new limited edition of theE-Class, tagged ‘Edition E’, which has been priced from 48.6 lakh to 60.1 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The new Edition E will also be available in 3 variants – E200, E250 and E350 CDI. While the E200 petrol is priced at 48.6 lakh, the diesel powered E250 and E350 CDI have been priced at 50.7 lakh and 60.61 lakh respectively (All ex-showroom, Delhi).

Now, if the year 2015 was aggressive for Mercedes-Benz in India then 2016 is the year of celebrations, which is exactly what the new E-Class marks. Apparently the Stuttgart-based carmaker has completed 20 years since it first rolled out its locally assembled E-Class in India and is celebrating this exceptional feat Mercedes-Benz has launched the Edition E. Displaying the success of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class over the years, the carmaker showcased all the 5 generation of E-Class on the stage today.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class – 5 Generations

It was around 2 decades ago Mercedes-Benz started the local assembly with its E-Class W124. Over 2.7 million units of this car produced globally before we got the E-Class W210 in 2002. The E-Class W210 was also the first car globally to get the guard edition. In fact the company has sold over 32,000 units of the E-Class since the beginning of its production in India in 1995. The E-Class 211 rolled out in 2009. Today the car remains the highest selling luxury sedan in India.

Coming to the car itself, the new Mercedes-Benz Edition E is essentially the same recent edition of the E-Class with some additional features and of course, the ‘Edition E’ badging. The front end has been slightly tweaked and now features restyled headlamps and grille pattern. Some of the new features that we will find the in the new Edition E include – Edition E badging on both the sides, navigation system from Garmin is now standard and rear seat entertainment unit.

Under the hood the Edition E is same old E-Class and continues to offer the same engine options as the current standard E-Class. The E200 gets the 2.0-litre in-line petrol engine that churns out a maximum power output of 184bhp and develops a peak torque of 300 Nm. The E250 and E350 are powered by a 2.2-litre and 3.0-litre diesel engines that makes 240bhp and 500 Nm of torque and 265bhp and 620 Nm of torque respectively. All three variants come mated to a 7-speed automatic gearbox sending power to the rear wheels.





BMW Motorrad has expanded its portfolio in our two-wheeler market by launching the S1000R streetbike

BMW has silently launched the S1000R in our market. The new motorcycle is basically the stripped down version of the flagship litre-class offering, the S1000RR. The BMW S1000R was unveiled for the first time at the 2013 EICMA Motor Show in Milan with deliveries in Europe commencing just two months before the bike landed on our shores.


The bike sports a stubby headlight at front with the traditional asymmetrical twin lamps as seen on the S1000RR barring the fairing and windscreen. Since the BMW S1000R is a streetbike, it adopts conventional bare basic bodywork, the only exception being the small panel below the fuel tank with theBMW badge on it. The BMW S1000r shares close to 75 per cent parts with its faired sibling and visual similarities include the tank, tail section, stepped seats, instrument cluster, wheels and the exhaust. 



BMW S1000R action shot



Powering the bike is the same 999cc, inline-four motor as seen on the S1000RR but it has been tinkered to adopt the streetbike dynamics of the bike. The BMW S1000R’s powerplant produces 162PS of power and 112Nm of torque, the naked bike is down 33PS on power in comparison to the S1000RR as the revv limit has been dropped by 2,000rpm. But torque figure has been hiked by 10Nm. Like the faired offering, the BMW S1000R has also been loaded with all the electronic goodies like race ABS, automatic stability control (ASC), and dual-riding modes (Road & Rain) and dynamic traction control (DTC). 



BMW S1000R side shot



The BMW S1000R has a relaxed riding posture compared to the faired-offering and ditches the clip-on’s for a wide and flat handle bars for a more upright riding posture in tune with street bike riding dynamics. The chassis, suspension and brakes have also been borrowed from the S1000RR, and the bike tips the scale at 207kg. But all this technology and superior cycle parts comes at a price, as the BMW S1000R would retail for an eye-popping Rs 22.83 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai). The S1000R is currently on sale only in Mumbai, with other cities to follow soon, and no official accessories have also been provided for the bike. The S1000R will be offered in three colour options of red, blue and white and will be pitched against the likes of the Triumph Speed Triple, Kawasaki Z1000, Honda CB1000 and Yamaha FZ1 in the premium end of our streetbike segment.