The 3 Most Important Cars of the 2014
The year 2014 has been a year for facelifts and upgrades. Starting from Maruti to Hyundai, no bigwig is leaving any stone unturned to show off their latest in the shelves. Small and compact are the keywords to watch for and this by no way mean that there are any features missing on the ground. In fact, you get more with every lakh you invest and your car may not look larger but definitely smarter. And smart is the new technology now!
Aiming to be on top of the same for small SUVs, Chevlrolet has come up with Trax. The sheet metal enwraps the Buic encore. It runs on 1.4 liter engine and gives an option of front or all wheel drive. The bold look houses a spacious and posh interior, six way power driver’s seat, 15 storage areas, 8 different seating arrangements and the only baby in town to give you a 4G LTE connectivity.
With the patented Chevrolet My Link system you can connect to Bluetooth or USB on a 7 inch diagonal colour touch screen display. The futuristic and ergonomic dashboard is a driver’s dream, of course. You can expect a mileage of 34 miles per liter. A safe drive is ensured with no less than 10 safety airbags.
Maruti Suzuki Swift – A New Look
The home ground also looks prepared to welcome the bandwagon of new small cars. Take for instance the Maruti-Suzuki Swift Facelift targeting a slightly lower price segment of under INR 7 Lakhs, Swift had been widely accepted when it was first launched. However, for the need of better features on the inside, Swift needed a swift uplift which it has got, and with elan. The front profile gets a redo with a new chrome grill, daytime running lights and headlamp package. If you were missing an LCD screen and a navigation system, this variant of Swift may just wade off all your worries. Check out Maruti Suzuki Swift on-road price in new delhi.
Fiat Grande Punto Evo – Classic and timeless
Sharp and devoid of some of the Maserati-esque looks on the front profile but this isn’t missed at all, thanks to the revamped front bumper and headlamps. You can also notice the new tail lamps and bumper taking up the appearance of the back profile. The Punto Evo runs on 1.2 and 1.4 Liter petrol and the 1.3 Litre Multijet Diesel Evo. There are a number of trims available to the car and the higher we go, the better are the features. The price range can differ between two ranges, firstly from INR 5 to 8 L.
So, watch out for these three cars – they have style, sophistication, class and power to take you to a safe and smooth ride!
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