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New Cars

Mahindra Scorpio Getaway

Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is a SUV car which is powered by a 2609 CC engine. The car has a Manual type of transmission/gearbox. The car runs on Diesel and sports a mileage of 0.0 Km/L. The dimensions of Mahindra Scorpio Getaway are 5098X1850X1874 mm (length X width X height). Mahindra Scorpio Getaway is priced at Rs. 7,91,453 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). ... read more

Tata Safari

This is the vehicle that gave Tata Motors a new identity in the Indian market. For a manufacturer that was better known for its commercial vehicle range, the Safari did wonders for the brand. It was first launched in the Indian market in 1998 and since then has undergone many changes, mainly on the ... read more

Used Cars

Volvo S60 D5 Summum 2014

Volvo S60 D5 Summum (2014)

CBU car delivered on 29th Sept 2014. The ncap safely is 4 stars, one of the safest cars in India. Mats, mud-flaps, body cover, sun guard, polestar upgrade, and free service for 2 year. 3m annual pack ... read more

Registration no: TS Colour: Dark Red
City: Hyderabad Asking Price: 42,00,000
Maruti Zen Estilo LXI 2010

Maruti Zen Estilo LXI (2010)

Mileage in CNG is 25 Km/Kg. Excellent condition ... read more

Registration no: HR Colour: red
City: Gurgaon Asking Price: 2,50,000

Upcoming Cars

Hyundai i30

Hyundai i30

Hyundai has tasted success with their 'i' range of cars in India, namely the i10 and the i20. Infact, with the i20, they have shown that Indians are n ... read more

Maruti Cervo

Maruti Cervo

India's leading car maker Maruti Suzuki is planning to launch more than a dozen cars in the India in the next 5 years and the Cervo is one of them. Th ... read more


Mercedes to assemble more cars in India
By Gaadi Team Posted on 31 Jan 2011 7:14 PM

Luxury car maker Mercedes Benz is planning to assemble more cars in India. It will help in reducing Mercedes car prices in India. As of now, completel Read more detail

Hyundai to launch more i-series cars in India
By Gaadi Team Posted on 25 Jun 2008 5:03 PM

Following the runaway success of i-10, SouthKorean car maker Hyundai Motor India plans to roll out three new i-series cars for the domestic and ov Read more detail