When you think of an SUV, ‘spacious’ is often a word used to describe the vehicle and that is exactly what they offer. Designed to accommodate anywhere between 4-8 passengers, SUVs are the perfect vehicle for Indian families. The extra seating space, the higher ground clearance, and overall durability makes these cars extremely popular in the country. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the most anticipated SUV cars that are set to feature in the coming months.
|Skoda Kodiaq||36.78 Lakh|
|Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2019||55.0 Lakh|
|Mahindra eKUV100||10.0 Lakh|
|Mercedes-Benz GLE 2019||70.0 Lakh|
|Expected Launch||October 10, 2019|
|Engine||2.0L TDi Diesel, 2.0L TSI Petrol|
|Transmission||7-Speed Dual Clutch (DSG)|
First on our list is the Skoda Kodiaq which is expected to be launched sometime in October, 2019 and could be an excellent replacement car choice with the help of a used car evaluation tool. According to the latest news, the Kodiaq will be available in two different variants, namely the Style and Laurin & Klement models. While the L&K variant will be a bit more expensive, the features and specifications between the two will remain practically the same. Initially, the Kodiaq was said to be powered by a 2.0L TDi diesel engine with a 7-speed automatic DSG transmission only, but, it was recently announced that there will also be a 2.0 TSI petrol version for the car as well. In terms of its features, the Skoda Kodiaq will come with panoramic sunroof, parking sensors, a Virtual Cockpit, advanced climate control, and a 360-degree camera.
|Expected Launch||October 10, 2019|
|Engine||2.0L Petrol, 2.0L Diesel|
The second-gen Range Rover Evoque was first unveiled back in 2018 and will soon be seen on Indian roads. Based on Jaguar Land Rover’s exquisite Premium Transverse Architecture, the Evoque 2019 will also support electrification. In terms of its looks, the new Evoque is said to have borrowed the style of the Velar and is a lot more sleeker than the previous model. For the exteriors, the car gets new bumpers, grille, headlamps, and tail lights while the interiors also get a touch up. The steering wheel will now feature touch controls and the interior will come with fewer buttons. In the front, the Evoque is set to feature a digital MID system for the driver as well as a Touch Pro Duo infotainment setup. Powering this beast will be the same 2.0L petrol and diesel engines found on the previous model along with a 9-speed automatic transmission.
|Expected Launch||October 11, 2019|
|Engine||31kW Electric Motor|
Making its debut in 2018 at the Auto Expo, the Mahindra eKUV100 will be one of three EVs released by the company in the coming years. The eKUV100 resembles the regular model in almost every single way – both inside and outside. Starting with the exterior, the new electric version of the KUV100 will feature a plastic panel where the air dam is normally situated. The eKUV100 also has blue projector headlamps and a grille with six slats built into it which gives it a cleaner look. Moving to the interiors, the eKUV100 and the regular KUV100 are identical in every way. Obtaining its power from an AC induction 31kW electric motor which is backed up by a Lithium-ion battery, the eKUV100 is set to hit the ground running. The battery features fast charging which gives the car 80 percent power in less than 60 minutes and claims to have a mileage of 140 Kms on a full battery.
|Expected Launch||October 12, 2019|
|Engine||2.0L Diesel Turbocharged, 3.0L, 3.0L V6 Petrol|
If there is one manufacturer who knows how to sell cars, it has to be Mercedes-Benz. It one of the biggest automobile manufacturers in the world and has taken the Indian market by storm since its arrival in 1994. The Mercedes-Benz GLE 2019 the latest SUV unveiled by the German giant and is set to be launched in India in October. Compared to the previous model, the 2019 GLE is longer, taller, and wider while it can also accommodate a total of 7 seats – which has never been done before. The newer model will house the same 3.0L V6 petrol engine as the older variant but is said to come with a new 2.0L Turbocharged diesel as well as a 3.0L diesel engine. In terms of the GLE’s interiors, the new MBUX infotainment setup will make its debut while the Energizing Coach feature will automatically adjust the seats for a comfortable ride. There are a number of features that were on display at the Paris Motor Show last year, but nothing is confirmed about whether they will make it to the Indian variant when launched.
As you can see, the SUV segment of Indian available cars is set to take centre stage and these four vehicles could outshine the rest. Offering potential buyers everything from affordability to unmatched luxury, these cars will definitely give Indian customers something to think about before handing in their RC transfer papers. So, if you have a big family, a lot of friends, or just enjoy having a lot of space, these SUV options should get you out of your used car and into something a lot more powerful.
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