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Toyota is likely to launch the Corolla Altis facelift in the first week of March 2017. It made its debut in Russia last year in June. Some important updates include the adoption of Toyota's 'Under Priority and Keen Look' design language, which incorporates elements such as sleeker LED headlamps and grille, chrome accents at the door handles, a choice of new 16/17-inch alloy wheels and, subtly updated rear profile. The feature-rich Corolla is an exceptional value, but the one feature it doesn’t offer is thrills. A 1.8-liter four-cylinder makes 132 hp—140 hp in the LE Eco model—and drives the front wheels through a six-speed manual or a CVT. A 6.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth is standard but can be upgraded to a 7.0-inch unit with navigation. All Corollas get modern technology such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, automatic high beams, and automated emergency braking.
The seventh generation Toyota Camry was originally introduced in August 2011, and then at the 2014 New York International Auto Show it was displayed in an all new avatar. Now, Toyota is coming up with their eighth generation Camry For the majority of people to whom a car is merely an appliance, the Camry meets their needs perfectly. Those seeking a zestier ride should look elsewhere. A 178-hp four-cylinder is standard, while a 268-hp V-6 offers some serious zip. Both get a six-speed automatic. A hybrid is EPA-rated for 38 mpg highway. The XSE offers a stiffer suspension and some extra styling bits, but its steering is numb, its braking and handling unexceptional. An all-new Camry will roll onto dealer lots this summer.
This year, Honda Cars India has been really active in the Indian auto industry. The Japanese car firm gave us the compact-SUV BR-V and a facelift for both the Amaze and the Brio. The updated version features a new grille, LED headlamps, sleek horizontal LED fog lamps, and LED DRLs. It is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol motor paired to a 1.3kW electric powerplant that belts out 215PS of power put together.
Ford Eco Sport
The Ford EcoSport is a subcompact crossover SUV, originally built in Brazil by Ford Brazil since 2003, at the Camaçari plant. A second-generation concept model was launched in 2012, being assembled in new factories in India, Thailand and Russia. The first-generation EcoSport was designed by the Ford-US Truck Vehicle Center (program code BV226) and was based on the Cologne-built European Fiesta and Ford Fusion (not to be confused with the North American Fusion midsize sedan). Because of this, the project used the Ford B3 platform. Zetec-Rocam 1.0 L gasoline 8v supercharged, 95 PS (70 kW) (discontinued in 2006) Zetec-Rocam 1.6 8v gasoline/ethanol, 111 PS (82 kW) Duratec 2.0 L gasoline 16v 145 PS (107 kW) Duratorq 1.4 L TDCi Diesel, 68 PS (50 kW) (export only) All models have front-wheel drive with manual transmission as standard. The 2.0 L model can also receive a four-speed automatic transmission or four-wheel drive. In the latter case, an electronically controlled system lets the driver engage the rear axle from the dashboard.