2020 Volkswagen Tiguan 5-seat

Prices Out For Toyota Camry, Datsun Go, Go Plus, 2020 Thar, and More

Toyota Announces Prices of 2020 Camry BS6

The Japanese carmaker, Toyota, recently announced the prices of its BS6-compliant Camry hybrid. The 2020 Camry hybrid is only available in one variant and costs Rs. 37.88 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This is Rs. 38,000 93,000 more than the BS4 Camry. Besides a cleaner powertrain, 2020 Camry also gets a JBL music system, ventilated front seats and a head-up display. This full-size sedan is only available with a 2.5-litre petrol engine, which churns out a peak power of 218PS. The petrol engine alone is good for 178PS and 221Nm while the electric motor pushes out 120PS and 202Nm.

2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid BS6
2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid BS6


Petrol engines, generally, don’t deliver great real-world fuel efficiency figures. Especially, if you drive a lot in the city. Although a hybrid system adds some complexity to the powertrain, its real-world fuel efficiency figures are usually pretty close to the claimed numbers. It makes them a viable alternative for those who put a lot of miles on the odometer. The Camry is a full-hybrid vehicle – as in, it can drive short distances without burning a drop of fuel. Even the mild hybrids like the 2020 Maruti Suzuki Dzire facelift have an impressive fuel efficiency figure of 24kmpl+ with the automatic. The BS6 Camry has a fuel efficiency figure of 23.27kmpl.

In terms of reliability, it’s comforting to know that Toyota has over 2 decades of experience making hybrid vehicles. The new Camry uses their 4th generation hybrid technology, which probably means that it’s quite refined and should be pretty reliable.

In these uncertain times, if you’re interested in a spacious sedan with low running costs and a low expectancy of surprise repair bills, then the Camry should be on your list.


Nissan Announces Prices of Datsun Go and Datsun Go Plus BS6

Nissan has just announced the prices of BS6-compliant Datsun Go and Go Plus. The Go MT’s prices range from Rs. 3.99 lakh to Rs. 5.9 lakh and it’s available in 3 variants – D, A and T. There’s optional equipment available as an add on for the A and T trims. The Go AT is available in T variant only with and without the optional kit. The Go CVT automatic’s T and T (O) cost Rs. 6.25 and Rs. 6.45 lakh, respectively.

For more details about the Datsun Go BS6, download the brochure from here: 2020 Datsun Go BS6 Brochure

2020 Datsun Go Prices (ex-Delhi)

D Manual

Rs. 3.99 lakh

A Manual

Rs. 4.95 lakh

A (O) Manual

Rs. 5.35 lakh

T Manual

Rs. 5.7 lakh

T (O) Manual

Rs. 5.9 lakh

T Automatic

Rs. 6.25 lakh

T (O) Automatic

Rs. 6.45 lakh

2020 Datsun Go Plus BS6
2020 Datsun Go Plus BS6

Along with the Datsun Go, Nissan also announced the prices of the Go Plus MPV. The prices of the Go Plus MT are between Rs. 4.2 lakh and Rs. 6.0 lakh. The Go Plus CVT automatic costs Rs. 6.7 lakh and Rs. 6.9 lakh for the T and T (O) grades. The variant lineup for the Go Plus MPV is exactly the same as the Go hatchback.

For more details about the Datsun Go Plus BS6, download the brochure from here: 2020 Datsun Go Plus BS6 Brochure

2020 Datsun Go Plus Prices (ex-Delhi)

D Manual

Rs. 4.2 lakh

A Manual

Rs. 5.1 lakh

A (O) Manual

Rs. 5.66 lakh

T Manual

Rs. 6.0 lakh

T (O) Manual

Rs. 6.26 lakh

T Automatic

Rs. 6.7 lakh

T (O) Automatic

Rs. 6.9 lakh

2020 Datsun Go / Go Plus BS6 Cabin Dashboard
2020 Datsun Go / Go Plus Interior Cabin/Dashboard


A few years ago, Nissan had launched the Go hatchback and Go Plus MPV under the legendary sub-brand Datsun. But, their quirky cabin never gained popularity among buyers. In fact, the first car that helped Datsun make a mark for itself was the Redi-Go. In these 2 cars, Nissan fixed the quirks such as bench seat in the front, awkwardly-placed hand brake lever and phone-driven music system and added some safety features. Last year, Nissan also added CVT automatic on the menu but the sales haven’t picked enough to appreciate the carmaker’s efforts. The BS6 versions probably won’t fare much better either because of the damp sentiment since the COVID outbreak.

The Go Plus offers tremendous value as it’s the most affordable 7-seater with an unbelievable starting price of Rs. 4.2 lakh. Although, its third row is best suited for kids. The Go and Go Plus are some of the most underrated, and therefore, some of the most value-for-money cars in India.

2020 Next-Gen Thar Is The Next Mahindra TO Go On Sale

Veejay Nakra, CEO of Automotive Business, Mahindra, confirmed to CarAndBike that the next SUV in line for launch is the next-generation Thar. Interacting with CnB, Mr Nakra said:

“Thar is around the corner. I guess it’s a matter of time when we will officially open it up for bookings. I think there are far more important matters at hand right now, to look at, to ensure that we get those right. Once we have all of that under our belt, we will be ready to launch, and talk to you specifically a bit more on the launch of Thar. Yes, it’s around the corner, and out of our next launch, that’s clearly going to be the first launch.”

Mahindra’s off-roader is likely to get a turbo-diesel and a turbo-petrol engine as well from the mStallion range, which was on display at the recent auto show. A 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine and a 2.2-litre turbo diesel engine are rumoured to find their way under the next-generation Thar’s hood.

2020 Mahindra Thar (Camo)
2020 Mahindra Thar (Camo)


The 2020 Thar is one of the most important product launches of the year for Mahindra. Yet, Mahindra didn’t showcase it at the 2020 Auto Expo. It could have drawn a lot of potential customers to Mahindra’s Pavillion. Instead, the showstopper was an electric convertible SUV concept. While the Funster looks wallpaper-worthy, it’s not likely to see the light of day – ever. At the 2016 auto show, Mahindra had the XUV Aero concept – a coupe SUV – on display. It never materialized. Nevertheless, the Thar holds promise for Mahindra as there’s no other off-roader as capable, as affordable and with as much aftermarket support as the Thar.


Rumour: 5-Seat Volkswagen Tiguan To Get BS6 Update

2020 Volkswagen Tiguan 5-seat
2020 Volkswagen Tiguan 5-seat

Volkswagen added the 3-row Tiguan AllSpace to its lineup this year. However, the 5-seater Tiguan didn’t receive the BS6 upgrade. Autocar is reporting that the 2-row Tiguan is also getting BS6-compliant engine and will go on sale soon. The big news here is that it might get a 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine and a front-wheel drivetrain. The same engine is also available in the T-Roc compact SUV. This should bring the cost down to Rs. 23 – 26 lakh. A 48-volt hybrid version may also join later to make up for the lack of diesel engine in the lineup. Buyers with high running usually prefer the diesel engine for its higher fuel efficiency. The hybrid powertrain could fill that gap pretty well.


Rumour: Strom R3 Electric Trike – 200km Range, Rs. 4.5 Lakh

Strom R3 Electric Trike
Strom R3 Electric Trike

According to a report, the Indian EV startup Strom is about to soon commence sales of its R3 electric trike with a starting price of Rs. 4.5 lakh. Strom had first showcased the R3 in 2018. It’s a quirky and compact electric vehicle that’s smaller than even the Tata Nano.

Strom R3 EV Trike – Pros

  • Compact dimensions – easy to drive and park in tight spots
  • SUV like ground clearance of 185mm
  • Respectable driving range of 120, 160, 200km
  • Quirky styling
  • No toll tax at most booths as it falls in 3-wheeler category
  • Top speed of 80kmph
  • Automatic AC
  • Internet-connected features
  • Low starting price of Rs. 4.5 lakh for an electric vehicle
  • 3-4 hours for a full charge
  • Most affordable car with a sunroof
  • Impressive storage capacity of 400 litres
  • Most affordable personal electric vehicle
  • Low advertised running cost of Rs. 0.4/km
  • 90Nm of instant electric torque, short wheelbase and rear-wheel drivetrain should make it a fun car to drive
  • Multiple driving modes
  • An affordable option for staying safe in the COVID era
  • Convenience of an automatic transmission
  • Unique dual-tone body colour combinations

Strom R3 Trike EV – Cons

  • Styling will not suit most mass-market buyers
  • 3 tracks will make it difficult to avoid potholes
  • Uninspiring warranty of just 1 year/15,000km – well below the industry standard
  • Unknown long-term reliability – both, from technology and manufacturer standpoint
  • New product from a new company with no history and no experience in making electric vehicles
  • A single row of seating
  • No official details about battery capacity
  • Sourcing parts, later on, can become a challenge if the company doesn’t survive
  • Potential concerns regarding privacy and data security because of constant tracking by the carmaker for IoT services


In these uncertain times, a mode of transportation that’s affordable – to buy and to run – is exactly the thing we need. It can help you stay safe, maintain distance from others and avoid public transport. It’s affordable. The Strom EV is environment friendly. It’s compact. However, a vehicle as unconventional as this R3 is a tough sell, even during a recession. On top of that, a car from a brand no one has heard of with a warranty that raises more questions than it answers is difficult to justify.


Gone but not Forgotten Series – Škoda Octavia Mk1

Do read our earlier article in the ‘Gone but not Forgotten’ series – Toyota Qualis, Ford Fusion and Tata Nano.

Now you may want to understand on the reason why Octavia is being covered though its 3rd Generation is currently is sales in India. The reason is that the Octavia nameplate has been used confusingly by Škoda India. While the first generation (Mk1) was called Octavia itself; the company named the second generation ‘Laura’ (Mk2). Also when the ‘Laura’ name proved to be controversial; the OEM jumped back to the Octavia brand when it launched the 3rd Generation.

The reasons why Škoda Octavia Mk1 makes to the list is – 

  • Introduced to the market early in 2001, the Octavia was the first domestically built Škoda to be launched in India!
  • Škoda introduced the Octavia and targeted the premium segment of buyers.
  • The car was an instant hit among the Indian car customers due to its agility, handling, powerful engine and solid build quality.
  • Octavia was termed to be ‘built like a tank’ and won much appreciation from enthusiasts.
  • Its turbocharged direct injection (TDI) diesel engine version delivered a decent fuel efficiency and excellent power and torque, resulting in higher level of driveability when compared to existing available products.
  • The competition included Opel which sold the ageing Astra; Mitsubishi’s Lancer diesel was a segment lower and the Elantra simply wasn’t competent enough.
  • The Octavia at the time of launch boasted of unrivalled space, elegant design, high functionality, innovative safety and comfort systems.
  • To date the car has enjoyed cult status in India. It owes this to its perfect engineering, style as well as the combination of functionality and technology.
  • Do note that the Octavia Mk1 used to share the platform with the likes of Audi A3 Mk1 and even VW Jetta Mk4.
  • Octavia in a way help build Škoda a premium image for the brand. In India; Škoda is now considered to be much premium than its parent brand VW. While; the brand perception is quite the reverse in markets outside India.

Škoda Octavia Mk1 drove like a dream and the vRS version took it to altogether a different level. The Octavia vRS Mk1 came with a 1.8L turbo petrol was actually detuned for the Indian market and rolled out 148 bhp v/s to the euro-spec 177 bhp). It was still the fastest thing on four wheels at its time. The car had features that were unheard of in the segment, with shattering performance to match. Coupled to a 5-speed manual, the Škoda Octavia RS could cross 210 kmph with ease. Features like headlamp washers, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) and dual front airbags were also a part of the standard equipment. Till this day, the Octavia vRS remains one of the best driver oriented cars sold in India!

Let us look at the Octavia Mk1 Sales Trend through its years of existence in the Indian market –

*includes Combi sales

  • The volumes of the Octavia nameplate steadily rose in the first 6 years of existence.
  • The Octavia Mk1 Sales peaked in 2006 when it sold 8,629 units.
  • Interestingly, Škoda introduced the 2nd generation Octavia (Mk2) in 2006. Unfortunately, they decided to sell the old and new generations side by side, simply badging the latest model as the Laura!
  • Infact; the decision to bring in the Laura was when the Octavia Mk1 sales were its peak. Also the Octavia still fared better than the Laura in the next couple of years. The sales comparison is as shown here –
YEAR Laura Octavia
Yr 2006 2,817 8,629
Yr 2007 3,455 7,728
Yr 2008 5,545 3,526
Yr 2009 4,068 2,715
Yr 2010 4,912 2,167
TOTAL 20,797 24,765

Škoda Octavia Mk1 redefined things for Škoda India and made the OEM gain a premium brand image in the Indian subcontinent. The sales figures are the best way to judge a performance – The Octavia Mk1 sold 51,108 units (2001-2010), Laura (Octavia Mk2) sold 31,594 units (2006-2014) and the latest generation Octavia has sold only 16,986 units (2013-till date). Octavia Mk1 gave the entry Škoda wanted in the Indian market and it also created several loyalists for the brand.

Renault Offering EMI Holiday on Triber, Kwid and Duster

Honda, Toyota Reopen Shops, Renault’s 3-month EMI Holiday, Ford Endeavor Twin Turbo Diesel In Pipeline

Honda And Toyota Reopen Dealerships For Sales And Service

Both the Japanese carmakers, Honda and Toyota, today opened up their dealerships. Honda reported that they’re opening 118 sales outlets and 155 service centres. Toyota reopened 171 showrooms and 146 service outlets for business. As expected, the rest of the outlets will resume operations in a phased manner. Dealerships and service stations will open or shut down depending on whether the local COVID situation is worsening or improving. Carmakers have laid out new SOPs to ensure safety for, both, the customers and employees.

Car Dealership

For a detailed look at offers on Honda and Toyota cars for May 2020, check out the following links:

Offers on Honda Cars Models for May 2020

Offers on Toyota models for May 2020

Renault Offering 3-Month EMI Holiday

To regain momentum, Renault is trying out the 3-month EMI holiday option. This option is available only if you opt for a loan with Renault Finance. The loan amount is capped at Rs. 4.5 lakh for Triber and Kwid buyers. The limit is Rs. 7.5 lakh for Duster buyers. You can avail this offer if the loan tenure is 36 months.

It doesn’t mean a saving of 3 EMIs for the buyers. It’s just a deferred payment schedule, which starts 3 months after the purchase allowing buyers some time to regain financial stability. Considering that Renault if offering loans at 8.99% interest rate, a 3-month delay costs Renault interest for that period. It totals to about Rs. 10,000 with the Rs. 4.5 lakh cap and Rs. 17,000 in case of the Rs. 7.5 lakh loan limit.

Renault Duster Offer May 2020
Renault Duster EMI Holiday Offer May 2020

If your dealer doesn’t offer Renault Finance option, then an exchange benefit of Rs. 5,000 is all you get. That’s – if – you go for an exchange.

Check out the Renault Offers page on their official website.

Or you can glance through the summary of discounts on Renault cars for May 2020: Offers on Renault Models for May 2020

Rumour – Next-Gen Ford Endeavour To Get Twin Turbo 2.0-litre Diesel Engine

Next-Gen 2022 Ford Endeavour Testing
Next-Gen 2022 Ford Endeavour Camouflaged

The next-gen Ford Endeavour is expected to get a twin-turbo version of the 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine. With the single turbo engine currently in use, it makes 170PS of power and 420Nm of torque. With a twin-turbo, it could deliver 213PS of power and it’s likely to make its debut with the next-gen model. For now, the current-gen model will retain the single turbo engine but the updated 2022 model could bring it to our shores.

Other than the Endeavour, Ford is also reportedly working on a couple of other SUVs for India. One of them is a mid-size SUV, which is based on the next-gen 2020 Mahindra XUV500. The other is a version of next-gen EcoSport which will use Mahindra’s 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine.



Gone but not Forgotten Series – Tata Nano

Do read our earlier article in the ‘Gone but not Forgotten’ series – Toyota Qualis and Ford Fusion.

In this post we shall cover India’s one of the most ‘iconic’ cars – Tata Nano. Dubbed as the ‘World’s Cheapest Car’; Tata Nano stirred up quite a storm when the model was unveiled at the Ninth Auto Expo in New Delhi in Jan’08. The world media was stunned by the announcement of $2,000 world’s most affordable production car and was being compared to the likes of VW Beetle or even Ford’s Model T. During the unveiling Tata’s head Mr. Ratan Tata said, “The car has 623 cc engine with mileage of over 20 km/litre.” Comparing it to Maruti 800 he said, “It is eight per cent smaller—bumper to bumper—and has 21 per cent larger seating capacity than Maruti 800.” The vehicle was also labelled as “The People’s Car“.

The idea of the world’s cheapest car was conceived by Mr. Ratan Tata on a rainy day after he saw a family of four on a bike. “The fact of unsafe travel was bothering me,” Tata, the erstwhile chairman of the Tata group recalled in an interview in March 2011. “What really motivated me…was constantly seeing Indian families riding on scooters, four or five on a scooter, maybe the child sandwiched between the mother and father…on slippery roads in the dark.”

At the launch of Nano, Mr.Ratan Tata stated “The journey started six years ago when we overtook what looked like just another business… a business to give Indian families an affordable transport means, a small car which was very low in cost. It is to the credit of the team what we have achieved today. Hopefully, we will be able to give young India a car which was not in their reach to make transport safer for them. I am pleased to say that our promise is kept today to provide a car at Rs 1-lakh. The basic car would be at Rs 1-lakh at the factory gate in Pantnagar,” said Tata.

Nano also altered the 34-year-old political history of West Bengal. The company decided to build its plant in Singur in 2006, which was about 50 kilometres from the state’s capital city – Kolkata. Tata Motors planned to invest up to ₹2,000 crore and turn Singur into an auto city. However; widespread protests broke out against the setup of the Tata’s manufacturing facility, leading to the ouster of the communists after over three decades in power. The state also got its first woman chief minister in Mamata Banerjee who had spearheaded the Nano protests. Due to the political turbulence in West Bengal, Tata Motors decided to shifted the Nano’s manufacturing facility to Sanand in Gujarat. It is said that Gujarat’s then chief minister Narendra Modi reportedly approved the project over just an SMS!

Tata Nano was introduced as a BS-III compliant vehicle and came with an all-new 2-cylinder aluminium MPFI 624cc petrol engine mated to a four-speed gearbox and was available in three variants. The 2-cylinder engine delivered 35 PS Power @ 5,250rpm and a torque of 48nm @ 3,000rpm. The top speed of the car was electronically limited to 105kmph. For good reasons. It’s not advisable to drive it at speeds above 80kmph. It also had an ARAI fuel efficiency of 23.6 kmpl, which was the highest for any petrol car in India! With a length of just 3.1 metres, a width of 1.5 metres and a height of 1.6 metres, the Tata Nano had the smallest footprint for a car in India!

We all drool after SUVs with high ground clearance and high seating position for better frontal visibility. The Nano had all of the above. Huge windows for phenomenal all-around visibility, high seating position, and SUV-like 180mm ground clearance.

The three trim levels and their key features available at the launch were:

Tata Nano Standard (BSII* and BSIII*): The standard version, in three colour options, single-tone seats, and fold-down rear seat.

Tata Nano CX (BSII* and BSIII*): In five colour options, with heating and air-conditioning (HVAC), two-tone seats, parcel shelf, booster-assisted brakes, fold-down rear seat with nap rest.

Tata Nano LX (BSIII*): With the features of CX plus complete fabric seats, central locking, front power windows, body-coloured exteriors in three premium colours, fog lamps, electronic trip meter, cup holder in front console, mobile charger point, and rear spoiler. Many of these features are not available on current entry-level small cars in the country.

  • Tata had initially intended to maintain a production capacity of up to 2,50,000 units, should the need arise. However; unfortunately the Nano nameplate could sell only 2,98,011 units in its entire lifetime!
  • The initial hype around the car was so much that the sales of Nano’s closest competitor Maruti 800 fell by 20%, immediately following the unveiling of the Nano.
  • The Tata Nano had drawn over 2.03 lakh fully paid bookings amounting to nearly Rs.2,500 crores, in an encouraging response to the car launched on 23rd March.
  • The launch response was humongous – The Tata Nano website recorded an unprecedented 3 crore (30 million) hits from the date of launch of the car to the closure of the booking period (25th April 2009), nearly 1 million hits a day. About 14 lakh people walked into Tata Motors’ Showrooms, Croma and Westside stores across the country to catch a glimpse of the car. A total of 6.10 lakh forms were purchased from the booking centres. 70% of the 2.03 lakh bookings received were financed, while 30% of the applicants booked in cash by paying fully. About 4,000 cash bookings were made online through www.tatanano.com, a first for the auto industry in India at that time.
  • Tata had envisioned huge success for the Nano as India was primarily an entry-level hatch market. Rather India was one of the biggest markets in the world for entry-level hatches!
  • Tata registered the highest yearly sales of the Nano in 2012 and since then the model struggled to make an impact.

Primary reasons for Nano’s downfall were:

  1. Branding it the ‘World’s Cheapest Car’. “It became termed as a cheapest car by the public and, I am sorry to say, by ourselves, not by me, but the company when it was marketing it. I think that is unfortunate,” Mr. Tata later admitted himself.
  2. Safety Concerns – In 2010, a Nano caught fire in Mumbai and over the next few months, several such incidents were reported. However; the company denied that it was connected to the car’s design or its parts and blamed “foreign electrical equipment” found on top of the exhaust system.
  3. Elongated Initial Waiting Period. The consumers were not ready to wait and with the continuous branding of the marque as a “poor man’s vehicle” turned customers away.
  4. Build Quality. In 2014, Nano was crashed for NCAP by ADAC in Germany. Despite Tata’s claim that it was expecting 4 stars; the Nano actually got Zero stars for lack of adult protection and didn’t even meet basic UN safety requirements.

Irrespective of the journey of Tata’s Nano; it garnered tremendous adoration from the auto experts. Here are some of Nano’s accomplishments.

1. Nano In US’ Autoline After Hours Podcast Thumbnail

There’s a Nano along with other cars in their background placeholder image. They may stop using it if they found out that Tata is not making it anymore.

Tata Nano in Autoline Afterhours Podcast Banner Image
Tata Nano in Autoline Afterhours Podcast Banner Image

Check out their channel on YouTube at Autoline After Hours

2. Jalopnik’s review calls it ‘an engineering triumph’ and that Bugatti Chiron is an ‘engineering stunt’.

Tata Nano is Better Than Bugatti Chiron
Tata Nano is Better Than Bugatti Chiron

The author’s conclusive remarks were:
“… a true spiritual heir of what the original Volkswagen Beetle, Citroën 2Cv, BMC Mini, and Ford Model T strove to be. I can think of no higher praise than that.”
It’s a level of respect probably no other made-in-India car from an Indian carmaker will every earn.

Tata Nano Design & Engineering
Tata Nano design showcasing Man-Maximum, Machine-Minimum principle executed to perfection – Jalopnik

The entire review is worth a read. Check it out over here: Jalopnik’s Review of First-Gen Tata Nano

3. Jay Leno has one

And he praises the Nano’s AC claiming that it’s better than his McLaren F1’s. Check out his review of the Tata Nano:

4. Tata Nano Could Become A Future Classic

In an Autocar India blog by Perseus Bandrawalla, the Nano has everything in it to become a future classic and a collectable. We agree with the logic. It’s a car with a sound intention that did its job well but failed. Now all that remains is a victory lap in the end and we have ourselves a story worthy of projecting on the big screen.
Here’s the Autocar blog: Power To The People

Second-Gen 2015 Tata Nano Automatic

In 2015, Tata gave it a thorough update. Here’s all that it got in 2015:

  • A fancier steering wheel – the one that’s also used in the pre-facelift Tata Nexon
  • Openable hatch for easier access to the boot and engine for maintenance
  • Better sound insulation
  • 5-speed AMT automatic, straight from the Tata Tigor
  • A comprehensive MID with real-time fuel and average efficiency readouts for each of the two trip meters, gear position indicator
  • Larger fuel tank (24 litres instead of 15 litres)
  • Improved paint quality
  • Smoked headlamps

But none of it could save the Nano from its demise. Due to the dwindling sales; Tata Motors decided to pull the plug on the Nano in 2018. There is no denying the fact that Nano was one of India’s most iconic cars, and will always remain in our hearts as the car that made the global automobile behemoths take note of India. If succeeded; it would have made Tata Motors a major automobile player not only in India but across the world too. Hence; even that the Nano is now gone – It is definitely not forgotten and will always be remembered!

Offers on Mahindra Models for May 2020

Find Offers / Discounts on Mahindra Models for May 2020 here –

  • XUV300: Discounts upto ₹71,500 (Cash Discount of upto ₹37,000 + Exchange Bonus of ₹30,000 + Corporate Discount of ₹4,500)
  • XUV500: Discounts upto ₹34,000 (Exchange Bonus of ₹25,000 + Corporate Discount of ₹9,000)
  • Scorpio: Discounts upto ₹20,000 (Exchange Bonus of ₹15,000 + Corporate Discount of ₹5,000)
  • Alturas G4: Discounts upto ₹3,15,500 (Cash Discount of ₹2,00,000 + Exchange Bonus of ₹1,00,000 + Corporate Discount of ₹15,000)
  • KUV100 NXT: Discounts upto ₹58,500 (Cash Discount of upto ₹24,000 + Exchange Bonus of ₹30,000 + Corporate Discount of ₹4,500)