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Month: December 2018

Which Japanese brands sell good buses:

Which Japanese brands sell good buses:

It’s a universal fact that when it comes to manufacturing vehicle the biggest and most prominent name is japan. Japan is also the giant of vehicle exporting business. On average japan produces around 1,16,000 buses a year.

The buses made in Japan are sought after by the whole world as they are the most comfortable. They are most suitable, reliable and durability. They are super-efficient and gives the best worth of money compared to others. There is a huge variety of bus type as well, that includes, school buses, vans, larger or mini buses, wheel chair access bus as well as Marco buses. Japan makes sure that is has a type available for every walk of life.

Every country around the world is in need for buses, huge countries like Hong Kong, Australia as well as Africa import used buses from Japan , as they are the most reliable and cost-effective vehicles. Other than buses they also export spare parts as well.

List of Japanese brands that sell buses:

  • Toyota
  • Honda
  • Fuso
  • Toyota:

When it comes to companies that manufacture vehicles, then the biggest name we have is the Toyota company. The success of Toyota lies in their code of conduct and their values. They make sure that the laws of every nation they work in are abided. They also keep in mind the culture and environment of every country they work in.

The most pronounce value of Toyota is that they make sure their product is no harm to … Read More . . .

All in between the Hyundai Santro vs. Tata Tiago

All in between the Hyundai Santro vs. Tata Tiago

Hyundai is all back with its all-time legendary model, Hyundai Santro with all new and refreshed look and features. If we talk about Tiago then it is from the most trusted Indian brand Tata. Like all other Tata cars, it also offers an amazing design with a lot more effective features. Both of these models are the biggest rivals for each other.

Both of these models are the entry-level hatchback models in the B-segment. Both of these models offer big engines and bigger size and the much detailed and exclusive features list. Whereas both of these models are in the same price bucket.

Here we have compiled a thorough comparison of these phenomenal hatchback cars for your better understanding;

Price Matters

The ex-showroom Tata Tiago price begins at the base petrol model with ₹ 3.4 lakh , and it goes up to ₹ 6.05 Lakhs for top-notch petrol model.  And for its base Diesel version, it starts with ₹ 4.58 Lakh, and goes up to ₹ 6.8 Lakh for its top-notch diesel model. (Tata Tiago price may vary as per your specific location)

For the Hyundai Santro, the base petrol begins at ₹ 4.24 Lakh and it goes up to ₹ 5.95 Lakh for the completely stacked Petrol model. Whereas the price of base Santro Petrol plus CNG version begins at ₹ 5.7 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 6.14 Lakh for the top-notch Petrol plus CNG model.

Which provides better fuel efficiency?

Concerning the asserted fuel efficiency … Read More . . .