The grand Indian SUV face-off
You want to beat the city heat, venture into the deserts, or slush, or mountains. What would you drive? Sumant Banerji asks. SUVsindia Updated: May 17, 2012 23:17 IST
Today, everybody in India it seems wants to own a sports utility vehicle. And they come in all shapes and sizes — big and muscular or compact and suave. The meat of the segment however, is the one in the Rs 20-30 lakh price range, with the likes of the Toyota Fortuner, Hyundai Santa Fe, Chevrolet Captiva and BMW X1.
Competition is intense, and the temperature is set to rise a notch or two when Audi makes its foray into this category with its Q3 next month, and GM does a mid-life botox job on its Captiva.But before that happens, why not take a look at the incumbents and how good or bad they are...