Maruti Suzuki displayed the S-Cross & the gorgeous Ciaz at the Delhi Auto Expo in February this year. While the Ciaz will replace SX4, S-Cross, which Suzuki has already been selling the European markets, will soon be launched in India against the Duster and others.
Maruti Suzuki has this old tradition of preparing special editions of almost all their cars and displaying them at the biennial Delhi Auto Expo.
Jaguar India is set to launch the 2014 Jaguar XJ which is the series of flagship, full-size, luxury sedans sold by Tata owned company. The car, showcased at the Delhi Motor Show, is expected to be launched in June and customers can pre-book the car with a deposit of 5 lacs to avoid last minute rush.
I should think this is the first-time in India that it’s happening. It has been almost two weeks that the pomp and glamour displayed at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2014 has been removed, wrapped up and returned to their respective places, but the Ford stall; erected at the 12th Edition of the Expo could still be seen and enjoyed; courtesy 3D virtual reality.
With a phenomenally fuel efficient diesel engine in the kitty and some real interesting products lined up for launch, Honda is real time enthusiastic about their future prospects in the Indian auto market.