Vehicle manufacturer Mahindra, Renault, Nissan and Hyundai recently launched their SUVs in a new avatar. These include Mahindra Xuv300 AMT, Nissan Kicks XE to 2019 Renault Duster Facelift and Hyundai Creta Sports Edition. All these SUVs include several new features. Many of these SUVs have undergone cosmetic changes.
Mahindra XUV300 AMT: Mahindra has launched the AMT version of its XUV300 in India. The company has used auto shift technology in its sub-compact SUV. In its W8 and W8 (O), you will get the option of omomete transmission. The W8 trim is priced at Rs 11.50 lakh, while the W8 (O) is priced at Rs 12.70 lakh. The AMT version is rs 55,000 more expensive than a manual transmission. It is important to note here that amT is included in only diesel variants. This means that if you buy its petrol variant, you'll only get a manual transmission.
Nissan Kicks XE: Nissan has launched a new base variant of its Kicks in India. The ex-showroom is priced at Rs 9.89 lakh. The new XE variant is included in the diesel variant, which is Rs 1.2 lakh cheaper than the existing XL variant. According to the company, it has more than 50 features. These include auto climate control with rear AC vents, rear parking sensors and central door lock. The compact SUV features dual airbags for safety, EBD with ABS and brake assist.
Hyundai Creta Sports Edition: Hyundai has launched its Creta Sports Edition in India. The company has provided several cosmic updates. The 1.6-liter petrol version is priced at Rs 12.78 lakh. The diesel variant is priced at Rs 14.13 lakh. Sports Edition is available in two color variants. These include Phantom Black and Polar White.
2019 Renault Duster Facelift: Renault has launched the facelift version of its Duster. The initial Delhi ex-showroom is priced at Rs 7.99 lakh, which goes up to Rs 12.49 lakh. The company has not made any mechanical changes to it. On the other hand, it features new headlamps, new front grille, and new alloy wheels. At the same time, the design of its rail roofs has been changed. It's like Creta in size, but in terms of price, it's already in the ECO Sports segment.
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