Top Car Launches of 2011
Hyundai Eon: Hyundai came up with Eon, its eighth car and fourth hatchback in India. Hints earlier in order to Hyundai HA and Hyundai 800 in car promot. Hyundai EON is blowing trumpet left, right and centre with this three letter name which actually means 'long time period time'. System Hyundai 'India is ON' now using advent these bug-eyed hatchback. The mileage is 21.1 kmpl. It is powered by 814cc electric motor. The mighty petrol engine comes complete in all 6 variants released and manages to offer maximum power of 56 bhp at 5,500 rpm which is quite enough to power a minor hatch. Hyundai EON inherits its looks from Hyundai i10 however it's relatively more compact.
Tata Indica Vista: Tata Motor introduced its New Tata Indica Vista in which powered by four engine options a single.3L, Quadrajet diesel engine producing 75.9 bhp at 4000 rpm and 135.4 Nm of peak torque at 2500 rpm so a 1.2L, Safire90 MPFI VVT petrol engine yielding ninety one.1 bhp of top power at 6000 rpm and 116 Nm of exceptional torque at 4750 revolutions per minute. The exteriors are well drawn. The interior is big. The safety features include ABS (with EBD), dual front airbags, front ELR seat belts, child safety locks, central locking, rc keyless entry, high mount stop lamp, engine immobilizer (Safire and Quadrajet engine), warning for driver door open with key ON, warning for fastened and collapsible steerage.
Honda Brio: Honda unveiled Brio which is a perfect package for an important era. It is a fuel-efficient and spaciousness motor. The exterior comprises of a 'Double Triangle' design, conveying vibrant energy from nose to tail, including sleek investigate. Brio has an impressive interior. The Brio is powered any four cylinder 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine that churns out 89.1 bhp @ 6000 rpm and Torque of 109 Nm (11.2 kg-m) @ 4600 rpm, while giving an excellent fuel economy of 16.4 km/l. The safety features include dual SRS front airbags, Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and front pretensioner seat belts.
Beat Diesel: Chevrolet created its Beat diesel variant which had an absolutely refreshing sense of style through its unconventional, but bold website design. The fuel efficiency is 24kmpl. Is actually important to powered through smaller capacity 936cc, 3-cylinder engine. The Chevrolet Beat Diesel also comes in four variants, priced between 4.29 - 5.45 lacs (ex-showroom Delhi)
Nissan Sunny: Nissan saw Sunny, premium sedan for India. Outside is well-sculpted with Nissan's signature grille and jewel-like headlamps, but now roof inclined elegantly to the rear, handing it out the appeal of a coupe. The interior is spacious. It is powered by 1.5 litre petrol engine which churns out 98 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 134 Nm of torque at 4000rpm.
Tata Aria 4X2: Pushing their distance to the Top ten is the Tata Aria 4x2. is not just another remodel. It extends the range to new segments and redefines several benchmarks by slashing prices by an astonishing Rs. just 1.3 lacs. The exterior comprises of the angular, wrap-around dual-barrel headlamp with projector beam and the signature Tata grille. The incredibly spacious cabin has three-row seats. The safety features include ABS , EBD quite a few disc brakes aid steerability and control in emergency braking. It is powered by 2.2 litre Direct Injection Common Rail (DICOR) engine.
Etios and Liva Diesel: 2011 any remarkable year for Toyota in The indian subcontinent. After the success of the Etios and the Etios Liva, Toyota created the diesel variants of Etios and Etios Liva. The twins are powered by the 1.4 litre diesel engine that also powers the Corolla Altis diesel. Within has good rear seat space, large boot and also airy. The exterior comprises of distinctive front grille, sculpted surface and dynamic character-line in best and bottom. The roof has an unique design for better aerodynamics and clean appear. The safety features include energy absorbing body shell, driver and passenger air bags and ABS with EBD.
Hyundai Fluidic Verna: Tumbling out of the Top 10 launches, is the new Hyundai Verna 2011 sedan car inspired along with Hyundai's Fluidic sculpture philosophy with aerodynamic exteriors. Could available in New Verna Diesel CRDi VGT as well as Verna Petrol 2011 VTVT versions really. It is powered by 1.4 litre petrol engine which churns out 108.4 bhp and powered by 1.6 litre diesel engine which churns out 124.6 bhp. It has options of automatic transmission for both diesel and Petrol engine with 4-speed gearbox on.The exterior of the new Verna includes hexagonal grille at the front, eagle eye headlamps and the trendy 'L' shaped front fog lamps . The rear end of the car is fitted with dual chrome tipped exhaust.
Mahindra XUV 500
The premium Mahindra XUV500 was launched on 29th September this year's. The Mahindra XUV 500 came as a surprise to Indian car enthusiasts. The XUV500 is priced at Rs 50.80 lacs. The XUV500 is powered a new 2.2-litre M-Hawk engine that churns out 140bhp effectively whopping 330Nm of twisting. The XUV 500's interior includes instrument panel, elegant leather wrapped dashboard, cool box, voice-command activated centre console, lounge lighting for a variety of mood, full touch integrated audio device. The safety features include hill-descent control, airbags, ABS, ESP and blower controls for 3rd row. We have an ARAI certified fuel efficiency of 15.1 kpl, which makes it the second most fuel-efficient vehicle in Mahindra's passenger SUV list after the Bolero.