The luxury SUVs will compete against models of Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Volvo, Porsche and Land Rover Italian car maker Fiat on Tuesday announced the entry of two sports utility vehicles (SUVs) under Chrysler-owned Jeep brand, making it the first launch after the lifting of the ban on sale of big SUVs by the Supreme Court. Jeep Wrangler has debuted with prices starting at Rs 71.59 lakh while the starting price of the Jeep Grand Cherokee is Rs 93.64 lakh (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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A dreamy Ohio man named Matthew made his wife a Harry Potter -inspired wedding gift that was positively Dumbledoreable. Matthew, who asked us not to print his last name for privacy reasons, spent weeks crafting a homemade Pensieve to give to his ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago
Even with its mammoth size, the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is fleet-footed and has all the trappings of a luxury car. says P Tharyan. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’s most expensive Jeep product, the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, is not just a large-sized SUV but has all the trappings of an uber luxury car. The Jeep brand comes with a great legacy. It may be recalled that Willys Jeep vehicles transported US soldiers, with their machine guns and pistols, to the war front during World War II. The ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
From a Rs 9-lakh Maruti to a Rs 2 crore-Nissan, Indian auto industry packs quite a surprise for car buyers Year 2016 has been an eventful year for India's automobile industry. Long awaited cars like the Vitara Brezza were launched and now the roads are getting ready to welcome some more stunning cars incliding a few SUVs. As we enter the final quarter of 2016, the automotive industry is queuing up quite a few surprises. Here are the top cars which are due to be launched in the fourth quarter of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Marchionne writes off Ferrari's season of failure IMAGE: Ferrari F1 driver Sebastian Vettel. Photograph: Chris Wattie/Reuters Ferrari have failed to meet their Formula One targets this season and the focus is now on winning in 2017, president Sergio Marchionne said on Saturday. Mobbed by reporters and television crews on his arrival at Ferrari's home Italian Grand Prix, the Fiat Chrysler chief executive recognised the glamour team had fallen short. "I think we failed the targets, I don’t ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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