How many cars in India 2023?
Around 117 upcoming cars like GLC 2023, Punch, C40 Recharge, Q8 e-tron, DB12 will be launched in India in 2023-2025. Among these 117 upcoming cars, there are 72 SUVs, 9 Coupes, 9 MUVs, 15 Hatchbacks, 13 Sedans, 1 Convertible, 1 Pickup Truck and 2 Minivans. Of the above, 20 cars are expected to launch in the next three months. Also find out the latest car launches in India with price list.
Which is the best car of the year 2023 India?
Kia Carens wins Indian Car of the Year award 2023: Top features Kia Carens has received the prestigious Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) award for 2023. The MPV was announced as the winner at the 18th edition of ICOTY awards that concluded recently. Kia Carens was launched in India in February 2022 with a starting price of ₹ 8.99 lakh (ex-showroom).
It is offered in five trims with the top model priced at ₹ 16.99 lakh (ex-showroom). Raghupati Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, JK Tyre and Industries, said, “I would like to congratulate all the winners for making the best in the segment and honouring the excellence in the automotive industry.
ICOTY and IMOTY are the most integral part of the Indian auto industry as they bring innovation to the industry. The foundation of JK Tyre stands for innovation, development, growth, technology, and transparency and these awards are the testimony of brilliance.
I am sure it has been a rewarding and successful journey for everyone and this will continue to be so for years ahead. These awards motivate us all to come together and make the Indian auto industry renowned globally.” and the Mahindra Scorpio-N were the first and second runner up position. While the Mercedes EQS 580 won the premium car award at ICOTY 2023.
The five different trims of Kia Carens include – Premium, Prestige, Prestige Plus, Luxury and Luxury Plus, coupled with multiple powertrain and seating options. Smartstream 1.5 Petrol, Smartstream 1.4 T-GDi Petrol and 1.5 CRDi VGT Diesel are the three powertrain options that the car is offered in.
- The vehicle is offered in the seven seater option in Premium to Luxury trims, while the Luxury Plus trim comes with a choice of both 6 and 7 seater options.
- The petrol engine includes a 1.5 litre, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated unit that produces 115hp of power and 144Nm of torque, as well as a 1.4 litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged unit putting out 140hp power and 242Nm torque.
The diesel engine is a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder unit that develops 115hp power and 250Nm of peak torque. Catch all the and Updates on Live Mint. Download The to get & Live, Updated: 19 Jan 2023, 11:53 AM IST Topics : Kia Carens wins Indian Car of the Year award 2023: Top features
Will Honda CRV come back to India?
2023 Honda CR-V Debut! Coming to India? The latest generation Honda CR-V is expected to mark its global debut in 2023 and as per global unveil it has been revealed that the hybrid electric version is on the cards. This will be the sixth generation model having turbo-petrol and hybrid options.
What happens to cars after 20 years in India?
Private Vehicles – The vehicles used to commute from one place to another almost daily come under the category of private vehicles. The private vehicles will be de-registered after 20 years when found either unfit or fail to renew the RC. However, as a disincentive measure, increased re-registration fees will be charged for the vehicle 15 years onwards from the initial registration date.
Is Kia increase price in India?
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Updated On Mar 22, 2023 at 05:06 PM IST
Read by: 100 Industry Professionals Read by 100 Industry Professionals In January 2023, Maruti Suzuki had hiked the prices of its vehicles across all models by about 1.1% to offset the impact of rising input costs and make provisions to update the model range to conform to the stringent RDE emission norms, ET Auto reported.
By Yash Jhunjhunwala New Delhi: In line with the BS VI Phase II, automakers have announced hike in prices. In the four-wheeler segment, Kia India has increased its prices by around 2%-3% for its RDE. Kia announced in a press release that the prices for the updated RDE variants of Sonet, Seltos and Carens will be starting from INR 7.79 lakh, 10.89 lakh and 10.45 lakhs onwards respectively.
Tata motors also announced on Tuesday that it is going to hike up to 5% of the price for their entire commercial vehicle portfolio, April 1, 2023 onwards. The company cited that the hike in price comes as a result of the Phase 2 of BS VI which is going to be effective from April 1, 2023.
The company also refreshed its passenger vehicle range with E20-compliant engines to conform with the new emission norms. In January 2023, Maruti Suzuki had hiked the prices of its vehicles across all models by about 1.1% to offset the impact of rising input costs and make provisions to update the model range to conform to the stringent RDE emission norms, ET Auto reported.
In the two-wheeler category, Hero MotoCorp will be revising the prices by 2% and the prices will vary by specific models and markets, the OEM said in a press release. The price revision comes as a result of cost increase on account of OBD 2 transition.
- Hero MotoCorp will continue to provide financing solutions to cushion the customers.
- Interestingly Indian consumers have absorbed price hikes and till now the demand has sustained.
- Since the pending orders are high, there will be a marginal impact but in the long run, the net disposable income will also impact consumer demand,” Gaurav Vangaal, Associate Director, S&P Global Mobility, said.
“The hike in prices is going to impact the lower end of the market. Since mobility has become a necessity, and auto industry contributes nearly 50% of the manufacturing GDP and around 7-8% of the national GDP – government should reconsider the tax policies for the industry as GST and cess on the higher end goes as high as to 52%,” Nikunj Sanghi, MD, JS Fourwheels said.
As a part of Real time Driving Emission (RDE) Phase II of BS VI norms, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are required to mandate their vehicles with an onboard self-diagnostic device (OBD device) which will be monitoring emissions in real time – using components like oxygen sensor and catalytic converter.
At any time, the vehicle exceeds the norm, an alert will be prompted to the owner. Vehicles running on a diesel engine will be required to have Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems onboard.
Published On Mar 22, 2023 at 05:06 PM IST