8 Highly Anticipated SUVs Launching In 2023

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Maruti Suzuki Jimny  After exporting it from India for many years, it seems like Maruti Suzuki may finally launch the 5-door Jimny next year. Spotted testing multiple times, the Jimny is expected to debut at Auto Expo 2023.  

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Nissan X-Trail  Nissan will hope to regain footing in the SUV segment with the launch of its internationally popular SUV, the X-Trail. With three engine options, including an e-power motor, the X-Trail is expected to launch at Auto Expo 2023.  

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Force Gurkha (5 door)  Force is set to introduce a 5-door variant of the Gurkha next year, with the same internals of the existing models expected to be carried over. This means the SUV will pack larger dimensions and will be run by the same 2.6-litre turbo diesel engine.   

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Tata Harrier / Safari facelift  We might see facelifted versions of both the Harrier and the Safari coming out soon. The updated models could get a new design, ADAS functionality and features like a 360-degree camera. 

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2023 Hyundai CretaThe Hyundai Creta has been due for an update for a while now and it looks like 2023 might just be the year for it. The facelifted SUV has been heavily rumoured to get significant updates in terms of design, engine and addition of features such as ADAS level 2.

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Kia Seltos FaceliftSimilar to the Creta, the Kia Seltos is in need of an update. The upcoming facelift is supposed to bring big changes to its styling and features along with the re-introduction of the 1.5-litre turbo petrol motor.

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Honda Mid-size SUVNot much is known about the upcoming Honda SUV, except that it is likely to launch between July and September, according to Autocar India. We expect it to feature somewhat the same equipment as the new City, consisting of ADAS level 2 tech.

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