2020 Verna price, New Honda City Crash Test, Car Sales Plummet and more | Quick News | Autocar India


In this week’s episode of Autocar India Quick News, we bring you sales figures for March 2020, prices of the new Hyundai Verna facelift and a look at the new Honda City’s ASEAN NCAP results. We also tell you how the Coronavirus is affecting the auto industry and what Indian and international automakers are doing to help fight it. And finally, we tell you all the launch plans of the upcoming Maruti Suzuki S-Cross petrol.

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  1. Now even a 10 lakhs Hyundai get BMW’s instrument cluster and Bugatti’s air vents. And Audi’s grille. 🔥

  2. I have VW currently, but after looking at Ratan ji’s love for country, have decided my next car would be TATA no matter what, after all that’s how we can show respect to this great man! Take a bow Ratan Tata!! 🙇🏻‍♂️

  3. Problems with Maruti Suzuki India Ltd:

    1) Not upgrading the 1.5 DDiS engine to BS6 spec despite spending crores on the engine's in-house development & testing. By far, that diesel engine could have been a benchmark for performance and refinement.

    2) A toxic relationship with the 4 Speed Torque Converter transmission system.

    3) Adding poor quality plastics inside the cabin that produce notorious rattling sound within a year or two.

    4) An audacity to stay away from turbo-petrol powertrains, cool & trendy class leading features that are available in vehicles from competitors.

    Gone are the days when people crave only for practicality. Now buyers need spiced up stuff and Maruti is poor in meeting expectations of the young generation (mostly the 30-40 age group).

    Long term (10 yrs.) feedback from a Maruti Suzuki customer.

  4. I still drive my hyundai Ascent executive petrol 2010 Jan model. It has done 1.25 lakh kms but touchwood it is still doing fine. Built is solid and it gives a very assuring feeling inside and certainly looks roomier inside as compared to new verna models… pls suggest if it is time for me to buy new verna 2020? Is it good enough .. of course technology wise it has touchscreen & other gimmicks compared to my ascent… and my verna has a nice leather steering.. which these days is portrayed as a premium feature… kindly do advise as i closely watch you all Autocar reviewer and do give weight to your opinions.


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