Driving without PUC in Delhi? Get ready to shell out Rs 10,000

Driving your car without a valid pollution control (PUC) certificate? Get ready to shell out a fine of Rs 10,000 next time you get on road. The transport department of Delhi government has launched a campaign to put polluting vehicles off the Delhi roads. A transport department official spoke…

Fifth-gen Honda City launched at 10.90 lakh

Honda City has been India's favorite mid-size sedan for over a decade now. Honda has launched the new generation City with much fanfare. It is now pitted against the likes of Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento, and Toyota Yaris. Exteriors The last generation City has aggressive lines and a sporty look.…

Kia Sonet unveiled with 3 engine and 11 color options

After the success of Kia Seltos, Kia Motors India has unveiled the compact SUV, Sonet. With the latest offering, the Korean automaker is eyeing a sweet chunk of B-segment compact SUV market that is already crowded with the like of Brezza, EcoSport, and Nexon among others. Kia Sonet is an…

Maruti launches petrol-only S-Cross

The Maruti S-Cross was first unveiled in 2015. It was Maruti's first diesel-only offering. However, last year Maruti announced to do away with diesel engines after the implementation of BS6 compliance. Now sticking to its plans of a petrol-only lineup; India's largest automaker has launched a petrol-only model of S-Cross.…

Things You Will Like In All-New 2020 Verna

Hyundai has launched the 2020 facelift version of its popular sedan Verna. The newly-launched sedan has got major cosmetic updates and a new 1-5-litre diesel engine. It will now also offer a 1.0-litre turbo petrol. Let us check out all the details. Design The best part about 2020 Verna…

Maruti Offering Benefits Up To Rs 52,500 In July 2020

Car industry is one of the worst affected sectors due to COVID-19 lockdown. To reverse the, car manufacturers are now offering heft discounts and incentives to increase car buyers' interest. Maruti is also not untouched from the slowdown. To boost up the sales, the leading car manufacturer is now offering…

IRDAI Withdraws Long Term Insurance Package Cover

In a notification, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has withdrawn the newly launched long term-third party insurance cover which is issued for three/five years for new vehicles and two-wheelers. This will be effective from August 1, 2020 and make insurance cover affordable for vehicle owners. The…