There are many new cars that are entering our market. We almost have atleast 2 launches every month from major manufactures and luxury car makers in this country. But what about the old cars that have been in our market for a couple of years and need a facelift. Today in this story we are going to talk about 5 cars that will get a facelift soon. Let’s begin.
The Venue was launched in May of 2019. The car took the compact SUV by storm and introduced then some segment leading features for the time till the Kia Sonet came along. Now if we look at the rest of the Hyundai line-up everything is new or has gotten a update already. So for the Venue the time for a minor facelift is here. Below is what we expect from this car if a facelift comes.
The Mahindra XUV300 is the safest car with a five star global NCAP rating. But after entering the segment few years back with segment leading safety and features, the car can now do with a slight facelift to make it look fresh again.
Nissan Kicks facelift
The Nissan Kicks competes with the Creta and Seltos in our market. Currently the car is facing a big problem where in it is not got enough features or design highlights to attract customers from those two SUVs. It also only comes with a petrol engine. The car has been updated in overseas markets and gets a lot of new features. Check out all the changes below.
Kia Seltos facelift
The Seltos has already seen a update in the North American market with some key updates. In regard to this car, we are first going to see the Gravity edition from Kia according to their latest campaign. The Seltos facelift should be here soon, maybe at the end of the year. Kia has to also launch a all new car as well this year.
Isuzu D-Max V-Cross
Not exactly a facelift but a car that has is getting a all new engine with BS6. Yes, Isuzu is late to the party for emission compliant engines. The car is going to come with a 1.9-litre four-cylinder diesel engine producing a maximum power output of 150 PS and 350 Nm of torque and both manual and automatic transmissions will be available. The car could get some visual enhancements too. We should say that abroad, the D-Max V-Cross has gotten a major facelift already. Isuzu might not do this for India due to it’s low demand.
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