This Week’s Four-wheeler News Highlights All In One Place

  • Feb 18, 2023
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The news that floated in this week is a true patience tester as we got the launch dates for two new upcoming sedans

This week brought in news that is set to heat up the compact sedan segment in the coming days. Apart from that, two brands laid out their plans for the Indian market, while stories about SUVs are omnipresent spanning different segments. Here are eight handpicked four-wheeler stories that unfolded over the past week:

Honda City facelift launch date

The facelifted Honda City 2023 has been on the horizon for some time, and the automaker has finally revealed a release date for the compact sedan, which will make its debut on March 2. Click on the link to learn more about the Honda City's facelift.

Hyundai Verna facelift launch date

The Hyundai Verna facelift has made numerous appearances in the country, but all under testing camouflage. But we’ve now got a date for when the compact sedan will be launched in the country. Check out how its new engine fares against its ilk on paper.

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2023 Harrier and Safari bookings open

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Tata has opened the order books for the 2023 Harrier and Safari for a token amount of Rs 30,000. Keeping the competition in mind, the update brings a host of features and safety tech to the SUVs’ suites, and you can know all about them here.

Maruti Ciaz updated

Maruti bolstered the safety features of the ageing Ciaz out of the blue with additional standard safety features. The update also brings three new dual-tone shades to the colour palette of the compact sedan. Head here to know about the safety features and new dual-tones on offer on the updated Maruti Ciaz.

Audi Q3 Sportback launched

Audi has expanded the Q3 lineup by adding the sportier looking iteration of the SUV, called the Q3 Sportback, to its portfolio. The SUV has been launched in a single top-spec trim and features Audi’s S-line exterior styling package as a standard fitment. 

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Hyundai Creta turbo-petrol discontinued

Hyundai removed the 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine option from Creta’s lineup without citing any reason. This move could come as a blessing in disguise as there’s something better in store, and you can know more about it here.

Lamborghini Aventador successor leak

Ahead of the official debut of Lamborghini Aventador’s successor,, a leaked picture surfaced on social media, giving us more details about the replacement. It will be powered by a V12 engine paired to a plug-hybrid powertrain. Head over to our story for everything there is to know for now.

Renault-Nissan India plans

Renault and Nissan laid out their strategy for the Indian market that will include six new vehicles set to hit the market starting 2025. The new cars will span a host of bodystyle and powertrain options and you can know all the dope on them here.

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