India’s top car news of the week (23-27 Jan): Toyota Innova Crysta revival, Mahindra XUV400 EV pre-orders open, new Hyundai Aura launch and more | cardeco.com

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India’s top car news of the week (23-27 Jan): Toyota Innova Crysta revival, Mahindra XUV400 EV pre-orders open, new Hyundai Aura launch and more | cardeco.com


The week of January, including Republic Day, was jam-packed with multiple new car launches and booking renewals. Two automakers have also announced recalls of their latest SUV products.

Weekly Wrap Up Collage: XUV400 EV, Toyota Innova Crysta, Hyundai Aura

In the last week of January, Toyota’s most coveted diesel MPV, the Innova Crysta, is back and taking pre-orders. On the eve of the 74th Republic Day, Mahindra started accepting pre-orders for the XUV400 EV.

There was even more action this week, so take a look at them all below.

Toyota brings back InnovaCrysta

2023 Toyota Innova Crysta

After a short break, Toyota Innova Crysta coming back soonThe body-on-frame MPV features a new face and minor updates, but continues with only the 2.4-liter diesel engine. Automakers are now taking reservations for the MPV, which will continue to be offered in the same trim as before.

Mahindra opens order book for XUV400 EV

XUV400EV

Mahindra has opened bookings for its first long-range EV, the XUV400, on the occasion of India’s 74th Republic Day.The electric SUV has a MIDC-certified range of up to 456km and a top speed of 150kmph. Pricing has already been revealed, but deliveries of the XUV400 in top-spec trim and entry-level variants will only start on his March Diwali.

Facelifted Hyundai Aura launched

hyundai aura facelift

After the launch of the facelifted Grand i10 Nios, Hyundai has now introduced a facelifted Aura to our marketWith the Midlife update, the sedan got significant safety and feature updates, but also cost more up to Rs 32,000. It’s now a petrol-only model with a CNG option, but it’s missing the turbo petrol unit offered in the pre-facelift version.

Maruti and Toyota announce recall again

Multi Grand Vitara and Toyota Urban Cruiser High Rider

Maruti recalled over 11,000 Grand Vitara, and Toyota recalled over 4,000 Urban Cruiser Hyryders.This is the third time both SUVs have been recalled, and again, likely due to safety-related issues.

Dear Mahindra Scorpion N.

Mahindra Scorpion N

of Trial price for Mahindra Scorpio N has ended, as automakers began their first price increases for SUVs. All variants of the SUV have been affected by the price increase, with the starting price now exceeding INR 12.5 lakh.

Maruti announces EV plans in India

Multi-EV planned by 2030

India’s largest automaker Maruti Suzuki unveils EV future roadmap for our countryIt plans to launch six new EVs by 2030, with the first one expected in 2025. We already know that Marti’s debut EV will be the production version of his eVX that debuted at Auto Expo 2023, but the latest reports also reveal other model silhouettes.

A base variant of Maruti Jimny has been discovered

One of the most anticipated off-roaders, 5-door Jimny base trim spotted for the first timeThe speckled model has some obvious drawbacks that help set it apart from the over-range Alpha trim on SUVs. That said, while featuring the same engine and gearbox options as the Alpha trim, as standard he also has a four-wheel drive train (4WD).

New Special Edition Skoda Kushaq Spied

As part of Kushaq’s model year update, Skoda may launch a special version of its SUV under the ‘Xpedition’ moniker We will be doing some cosmetic and feature upgrades soon. When it goes on sale, it will be the second SUV special edition following the Monte Carlo edition already on sale.

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