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A couple of new models have gone on sales in the Indian market. While most manufacturers are shying away from the diesel engines after the BS6 update, Hyundai seems to be going all-out with their diesel engines.
Auto manufacturers also announced a couple of new models that will be launching in the Indian market next month. Here are the highlights that happened in four-wheeler auto industry in the past week.
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso CNG Launched
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso CNG model has been launched in the Indian market. The company has added another model to help with their mission green mile that was announced earlier this year. The S-Presso CNG model retails at a starting price of Rs 4.84 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi).
The tall-riding CNG hatchback is offered in a total of four variants: LXi, LXi (O), VXi and VXi(O). The top-trim of the CNG model costs Rs 5.13 lakh ex-showroom (Delhi). The S-Presso CNG model is powered by the same 998cc three-cylinder engine — here are more details.
New Hyundai Elantra BS6 Diesel Launched
Hyundai has launched the Elantra BS6 diesel model in the Indian market. The company is offering the diesel engine only in two trims: SX and SX(O). The base-trim is priced at Rs 18.70 lakh, while the top-spec variant costs Rs 20.65 lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom (Delhi).
The new Hyundai Elantra BS6 diesel is powered by an updated version of the same 1.5-litre CRDi engine. It produces 114bhp and 250Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox, or a six-speed automatic transmission — here are more details.
2020 Honda City Bookings Commence
Honda has started to accept bookings for its upcoming fifth-generation City in the Indian market. The 2020 Honda City can be booked at dealerships or interested customers can visit the brand's online sales platform to book the new sedan.
The new Honda City features a fresh design, comes packed with many segment-first features and is offered in both petrol and diesel powertrain options. It is expected to be launched sometime next month — here are more details.
MG Hector Plus To Be Offered In Three Variants
The MG Hector Plus is among the most anticipated three-row SUV that will be launched next month in the Indian market. According to the latest reports, the company is expected to offer the Hector Plus SUV in three variants.
The soon-to-be-launched SUV is expected to be offered in two seating configurations and a host of new exterior updates to tell it apart from the standard Hector SUV. However, it is expected to feature the same engine and transmission options as the standard model — here are more details.
Toyota Yaris Available On Government e-Marketplace
The Toyota Yaris sedan has been listed on the (GeM) Government e-Marketplace. The company has listed the B-segment sedan at a starting price of Rs 9.12 lakh (before shipping charges).
The sedan is only available in 'J' trim with a manual gearbox. The GeM launched in 2016, is a dedicated e-market for online procurement of goods and services by government organisations, departments and (PSUs) Public Sector Units — here are more details.
Thoughts About The Top Car News Of This Week
Most auto manufacture continued to launch a powertrain to replace the diesel engine. While some manufactures continue to bank on the continued demand for diesel engines after the BS6 update. We have some exciting additions lined-up for the four-wheeler market next month.