Toyota launches low-spec Yaris for Govt. fleets priced at Rs. 9,12,382 lakhs.

The Jeep Compass facelift has been spotted testing in India. The camouflaged test mule seen in these images looks similar to the current model. In fact, apart from minor cosmetic changes, the new Compass is unlikely to get any major updates.

Nissan has announced a 4-year plan for Africa, Middle East and India region. Nissan will work towards improving regional cost and efficiency by optimizing the regional product portfolio by 20%, increase cost competitiveness of local plants and enhance export opportunities from units in this region. India will get a B-SUV.

Honda Grazia BS6 launched at Rs. 73,336. It is available in two variants – Standard and Deluxe with prices starting at Rs. 73,336 (ex-showroom, Gurgaon). The scooter also gets new telescopic fork suspension at the front and is said to have increased the ground clearance by 16 mm.

Hyundai Elantra Diesel BS6 launched at Rs. 18.70 lakh. Apart from the upgraded engines, Hyundai hasn’t made any other changes to the Elantra.

Maruti Suzuki has launched a loyalty rewards program called Maruti Suzuki Rewards for all Arena, Nexa and True Value customers. Under the program, customers will be classified into four tiers – Member, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. Customers will receive reward points on the purchase of additional car, service, Maruti insurance, accessories and customer referrals. They will also receive badges which will give them a chance to access exclusive events and offers.

Bridgestone India introduces contactless tyre servicing. Under the initiative customers can pre-book appointment at Bridgestone India dealerships online.


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