#Yeh Dil Mange More
Here is the list of 5 most important cars that should get a much needed upgrade:
- Tata Safari– Safari is a 6/7 seater SUV available in a price range of ₹ 14.99 – 22.02 Lakh. It is available in 16 variants, 1 engine option and 2 transmission options : Manual and Automatic, It has a 1956 cc diesel engine which produces 167.62 bhp of power and 350 Nm of Torque.
Upgrade Needed: “Tata Safari” nameplate has always an Emotional attachment with Indian car enthusiast, but the New Tata Safari 2021 can be proved as a deal-breaker for some car enthusiast as it does not offer AWD and turbo petrol engine option.Intrestingly it’s Toughest Rival XUV700 comes with AWD option.
2. Toyota Fortuner legender– It is the top diesel variant in the Fortuner lineup and is priced at Rs. 38.30 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This legender variant comes with a 2.8L engine putting out 201.15bhp of power and 500 nm of torque.
Upgrade Needed: When it comes to Legender, the 1st thing which can disappoint the Indian buyers is that it does not offer 4WD system wheareas the regular fortuner comes with an option of 4WD system.
3. Ford Endeavour- Ford Endeavour is one of the most popular SUVs in its class. It is a 7 seater SUV available at a price bracket of Rs 33.81 – 36.26 Lakh. It is available in 3 variants, a 2.0 Litre, BS6, and a single Automatic transmission, where the engine produces 167.62 bhp of power and 420 nm of torque.
Upgrade Needed: The Toughest rival of Ford Endeavour is Toyota Fortuner which has got a more powerful engine as compare to Endeaovur.Therefore fans demand to introduce Ford Endeavour with a Bi-turbo unit which already sells outside India.If launched , the 2.0 L Bi-Turbo engine of Endeavour will produce 211 bhp of max power and a peak torque output of 500 Nm.
4. Volkswagen polo–Volkswagen Polo has always been one of the most popular cars among enthusiasts. It is the benchmark for the hatchback segment in terms of build quality and driving dynamics. Polo made its Indian Debut in 2009 and quickly made Indian customers realise that why german cars are praised across the globe.
Upgrade Needed: While the Indian car enthusiasts ( including me ) are still praising the old fifth gen Volkswagen Polo, the already outdated sixth-generation Polo has been given a mid-life update for 2021 in International Markets. This sixth gen Volkswagen polo was launched in 2017, but it hasn’t reached Indian markets yet.
5. Mahindra Thar– The price of Mahindra Thar 4×4 starts at Rs. 12.78 Lakh and goes up to Rs. 15.08 Lakh. Mahindra Thar is offered in 10 variants – the base model of Thar is AX Opt 4-Str Convert Top and the top variant Mahindra Thar LX 4-Str Hard Top Diesel AT which comes at a price tag of Rs. 15.08 Lakh.