Mahindra launched the Special Edition Scorpio in India. The changes in the Special Edition are simply aesthetic with a few feature add-ons.
Targeting the festive season, Fiat forayed into the entry level sedan segment by launching classic version of its Linea sedan, priced at Rs 5.99 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi).
BMW launched its most affordable car in the Indian market yet, the 1 Series. It is priced at at Rs 20.9 lakh onwards.
From the Hyundai Grand i10 to the Fiat Classic Linea, many cars were launched in India in September. Here are the cars that hit the Indian market in the month of September.
Hyundai launched its new compact car 'Grand i10' priced between Rs 4.29 lakh and Rs 6.41 lakh (ex showroom Delhi) as it looks to enhance its position in the country.
Volkswagen quietly slipped in the Polo GT TDI in the market at Rs 8.08 lakh, ex-Delhi. Volkswagen claims a fuel efficiency of 19.78kmpl for the GT TDI.
Nissan launched the new Micra XE diesel in India at Rs 5.57 lakh.
Toyota launched Xclusive editions of its Etios and Liva in India. The Etios Xclusive petrol is priced at Rs 6.03 lakh, while the diesel is priced at a lakh more (Rs 7.03 lakh). The Liva Exclusive edition petrol is priced at Rs 4.87 lakh and its diesel counterpart at Rs 6.04 lakh.
Honda launched a limited edition variant of its compact car Brio priced at Rs 4.92 lakh. The new variant comes with various features including black interiors and new upholstery.