The Kia Sonet has been launched in India with introductory prices starting at Rs 6.71 lakh (ex- showroom, India). The compact SUV has garnered much attention since its debut in concept form at the 2020 Auto Expo, and more recently, when Kia unveiled the production-ready car. It is available in 6 variants broadly classified into two trim levels - Tech Line and GT Line.
The Tata Nexon is India's first car to be published on the International Dismantling Information System (IDIS) for End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV).
Tata Motors earlier yesterday made an announcement that it has managed to roll-out 1000-units of the Nexon EV. It's been about 6-months since the Nexon EV went on sale. The kind of volumes the Nexon EV has done for Tata Motors is sizeable considering the current situation for the EVs in India.
Mahindra & Mahindra India have finally unveiled the next generation Thar earlier in the day and the event of unveiling happened on live stream keeping the current situation in mind. It was also told during the unveil, the launch of the next-generation Thar is expected to happen on 2nd October 2020.
Honda India had made an announcement regarding a milestone which they've achieved with one of their popular models, the Amaze. The Amaze was launched in the year 2013 and Honda India has sold 4-lac units of the Amaze ever since.
Kia is on a spree of launching new vehicles under its brand name. It’s been close to a year since Kia set-off with its first product for the Indian market, the Seltos. That was their recipe for success and it has been doing really well for itself. Few months into the success of the Seltos, Kia steps into an unchartered segment with the Carnival. Kia is now finally stepping into the already competitive space of compact SUVs with the Sonet.
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