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New sedans expected to be launched in 2016

New sedans expected to be launched in 2016
Omkar Thakur Omkar Thakur Tuesday 02 August 2016, 14:38 PM

Sedans are perceived to be the most comfortable amongst cars especially because of their low centre of gravity and relaxed seating. Automotive sales have been climbing up steadily this year and manufacturers are looking forward to introducing new cars to their line-ups. With the festive season around, if you are planning to get yourself a new car, here is a list you have to go through before making that final call.

Honda Accord Hybrid: The Accord has been the flagship offering from the Japanese car maker in India for a long time before it was discontinued recently. Honda plans to bring back the Accord, but in a more efficient and eco-friendly avatar. The Accord Hybrid was showcased at the Auto Expo and gets 2.0-litre petrol engine and an electric motor with a combined output of 196bhp.


New Audi A4: The Audi A4 has been around for years together and in spite of the facelift it received mid-life, the design has lost its sheen especially with the competition spicing up things. The new A4, as we all know, is due this year. While it may not look strikingly different as compared to the current car, there is a sea of changes under the surface.


Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG: Performance motoring is gaining its foot-hold in the efficiency crazy country and the enthusiasts are not complaining at all. Especially when you are getting cars like the C43 AMG. This is not a full blown AMG and hence will be easier on your vertebrae and on your pocket. It will still have the zing with the 3.0-litre turbocharged petrol hurtling it across the tarmac and in style.


Volvo S90: Volvos are perceived to be cars for boring people. They are immensely reliable and capable but used to lack the visual drama of their competitors. Setting things right, the Volvo S90 couples up the striking new face with latest technology in safety and powertrains. It will replace the Volvo S80 globally and compete with the likes of the E-Class, 5 Series and the A6.


Jaguar XE diesel: Jaguar launched the XE in India at the Auto Expo. With about 240 horses under the hood from a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, the leaping cat is one of the fastest cars around in its segment. But for those who would want a daily driver, Jaguar is soon going to introduce a diesel variant.


Mercedes-Benz CLS 350: The Mercedes CLS has been one of the prettiest sedans from the three pointed star with its flowing lines and the sloping roof. As of now, the CLS is available only with the 2143cc turbocharged diesel options. With the German car maker strengthening their petrol line-up, we expect them to bring the CLS 350 with the 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine powering the rear wheels.


Audi A3 facelift: Audi launched the A3 in 2014 as its entry level premium sedan offering. The car has been received well after which the Ingolstadt based car maker brought in the A3 Cabriolet. The A3 facelift will be a mid-life upgrade for the Audi and will include a few cosmetic changes along with a few tweaks in the cabin and a software upgrade for the infotainment system.


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