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Live From A Lounge: Indian Railways Catches Up with the Airlines

Finally, you can have a top-class travel experience on the Indian Railways

Indian Railways has thus far been the country cousin to the airlines for business travellers. And for good reasons too; while the Indian train network does not have its own Shinkasen speed lines which can operate at 240-320km per hour and our fastest trains still make it an overnight journey between key cities...

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Mahindra Reva E20: Will this electric car become a mainstream vehicle?

The pros and cons of Mahindra's latest version of the battery-operated car, what to do when your brakes are overheated, the ongoing investigations into evasion of duty on imported cars and why sales of new cars are dropping

So is the Mahindra Reva e2o the only electric car to be launched in India? Formally, yes. On an informal basis, it appears as though at least three other...

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Maruti launches new version of SX4, keeps price unchanged

The petrol variants of the car are priced between Rs7.38 lakh and Rs8.84 lakh while the diesel versions are priced between Rs8.27 lakh and Rs9.79 lakh

India’s largest passenger car maker Maruti Suzuki India on Friday launched an all-new version of its mid-size sedan SX4 in the country, with price remaining unchanged in the range of Rs7.38-Rs9.79 lakh (ex showroom Delhi).

 

“The all new Maruti Suzuki SX4 has new looks, and also envisages new features such as touch screen audio navigation and electronically foldable ORVMs with turn indicator,” Maruti Suzuki India (MSIL) vice-president Marketing Manohar Bhat said in a statement.

 

The car, which has two engines options—the Super Turbo 1.3 litre diesel and the 1.6 Litre VVT petrol engine—has been launched with fresh exteriors and interiors and enhanced performance, Bhat added.

 

The petrol variants of the car are priced between Rs7.38 lakh and Rs8.84 lakh while the diesel versions are priced between Rs8.27 lakh and Rs9.79 lakh.

 

The new SX4 comes with many features including an all new touch-screen audio with integrated navigation with Bluetooth.

 

SX4 was first launched in India in 2007. The diesel version of the car was introduced in 2011. Till now, the company has sold over 1.08 lakh SX4 cars in the country.

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