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Mercedes-Benz GLE facelift The facelifted version of the Mercedes-Benz GLE was launched for Rs 96.4 lakh (ex-showroom). Globally unveiled in February this year, the GLE will be available in three variants: 300d, 450, and 450d, with both diesel and petrol options. Notable enhancements in the new GLE include revised front and rear bumpers, updated LED headlights and more.
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Lexus LM Lexus is getting ready to launch its inaugural Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), the second iteration of the LM model, in the Indian market. Reservations for this vehicle, which shares its platform with the Toyota Vellfire, are currently being accepted. The LM comes with a self-charging hybrid powertrain and is projected to be priced at around Rs. 1.2 crore in India.
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Tata Punch EV Tata Motors is considering the possibility of introducing the Punch EV in the Indian market later this month. This electric vehicle is anticipated to incorporate specific design features from the 2023 Nexon facelift and could be offered in two versions: Medium Range and Long Range, with an estimated price range spanning from Rs. 12 lakh to Rs. 16 lakh.
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All-new Renault Duster Renault is gearing up for the global unveiling of the third-generation Duster on November 29. The initial reveal of this new Duster will take place in Portugal under the Dacia brand, which is Renault's budget-focused subsidiary. The refreshed SUV will adopt the carmaker's latest design aesthetics and will offer a variety of petrol engine choices
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