2011 Cars Launched: Recap

Monday 26 December 2011, 11:05 AM by

In the year 2011, the Indian car market witnessed a large-scale upgradation through the introduction of new car models. Many big automobile manufacturers unveiled cars belonging to various segments like sedans, hatchbacks and sports utility vehicles (SUVs). Market leaders namely, Toyota, Maruti Suzuki, Nissan and Ford could be seen competing with each other in the market with great intensity. Among a host of vehicles that rolled-out in the market, some deserve a special mention.

Hyundai Eon

This model of Hyundai is an entry level hatchback and one of the latest models in its segment. The car has an attractive and advanced exterior making it worth a buy among buyers. It was the only model to be launched in its class.

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2011 Cars Launched: Recap

Honda Brio

Honda’s model Brio, the most powerful in its segment, was the top choice for Car of the Year Award. This model carries all important comfort features and is surely a value for money car.

Nissan Sunny

Sunny a compact sedan from Nissan is one of the finest vehicles in the sedan segment due to its unique exteriors and a competitive price.

Renault Fluence

Renault’s newest model Fluence with its excellent driveability and relaxing interiors allow it to stand apart from its competitors.

CBU Luxury sedan Audi A8L

With unparalleled quattro-powered performance along with luxurious looks, the new A8 will irrefutably provide new highs to the CBU (Completely Built Unit) luxury sedan segment.

Premium compact sedan Skoda Rapid

Skoda Rapid is a perfect example of unmatched badge engineering that went through stringent competition in the market and eventually wore the crown in its segment with much aplomb.

Sports Utility vehicle Mahindra XUV500

The XUV500, was Mahindra’s attempt for a “Global” SUV. The XUV500 is packed with tons of features. Pricing matched with the looks and the features made Mahindra exhausted of its bookings. Bookings for the XUV500, which had been stopped, would re-commence in January 2012.