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Utility vehicles may race ahead of hatchbacks next year

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SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL. THINK HYBRIDS & ELECTRICS IN INDIA. LETS DESIGN & BUILD MOST EFFICIENT ENGINES ON EARTH. AFTER YOU USE YOUR VEHICLE, USE IN CROWDSOURCING LIKE OLA & USE 80% OF TIME. LESS VEHICLES, MORE USE. USE MORE BIOFUELS. USE PUBLIC TRANSPORT. USE BICYCLES & RICKSHAWS. SUPPORT DESI JOBS. GO GREEN

Somnath Dasgupta (Calcutta, India)

A much desired shift. But customers should hang on for the e-suv in the price segment of Rs.7 to 12 lakhs which could be a runaway hit. Or spend Rs. 8 to 12 lakhs now for BS6 compliant new SUV and be prepared to writeoff the same in toto 6 to 7 years down the line.

Sameer (Pune)

As the Auto sector is the worst hit such things re possible but not a sustainable situation.... BJP is responsible for this mess

Anushka (Surat)

Every year people can''t change the vehicle.

you really can not drive alto or swift or i10 on highways.It is far too dangerous.

Sundara

" Dabbawala " Maruti need to understand the trend. Jago Jago.

Saran

Thanks for the state and national highways department for making small cars unviable and only SUVs the option left to use the Road.

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