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I am planning to buy a SUV for my personal use. My requirement is high-safety features and off-roading capabilities. Which SUV should I go for? Should I wait for Renault Duster?
  • 2182 day(s) ago by BHARATKUMAR
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Shiv Bhagwan
of course u must wait for renault duster. it should be A HIT

Posted: 2182 day(s) ago

Renault Duster is indeed a good model if you can wait until its launch. The car will come with a starting price of Rs. 7.2 lacs with loads of features packed in its compact form. It also offers three driving modes to its driver including Auto, lock and 4x2 mode, with 4x2 mode offering the best mileage. On the safety front, it comes loaded with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Emergency Brake Assist, Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) and a stability control module.

Posted: 2181 day(s) ago

Wait for the Renault Duster but also check the Mahindra XUV500,Skoda Yeti ,Chevrolet Captiva,Toyota Innova and Honda CR-V

Posted: 2181 day(s) ago

If you can wait then you may take a look at Ford Ecosport, which will come with a starting price tag of Rs. 7 lacs in the Indian market. It will feature Ford's new eco-boost petrol powertrain unit which offers an astonishing mileage of 20 kmpl. Speaking of safety features, the car offers Dual airbags for front passengers and side curtain airbags, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Rear parking sensors, Hill Launch assist, ABS, EBD and three rear seat belts.

Posted: 2180 day(s) ago

XUV 500 from the stables of Mahindra is the best car available in the market as of now. It comes loaded with the best-in-class features like GPS navigation with touch screen, driver information system, smart rain sensing wipes, fully automatic temperature control with dual HVAC and 8-way Adjustable Leather Seats. In safety features it offers 6 airbags for all around safety, electronic stability program with roll-over mitigation, hill hold control and hill descent control, all 4 wheel disc brakes and ABS with EBD.

Posted: 2180 day(s) ago

I would suggest you to go for Mahindra Scorpio, which recently completed its ten years' journey in the country and is well suited for Indian terrains. It offers ABS, dual front airbags, anti-pinch smart window, fire retardant upholstery, crash protection crumple zone and collapsible steering column.

Posted: 2179 day(s) ago

Considering your requirement of off-roading and safety features, Mitsubishi Pajero will be perfect for you. It offers extra rigid frame and collapsible A-pillars for absorbing collision energy.

Posted: 2178 day(s) ago

For the kind of usage mentioned, Tata Safari 4X4 would be ideal selection.Recommended to test drive Renault Duster and XUV500.

Posted: 2177 day(s) ago

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