Volkswagen Vento Hatchback First Look Review

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Volkswagen Vento Overview

Post the Polo GT TDI drive experience, we had a go at the facelifted Vento TSI. The good bit with the Vento is that, unlike the Polo one can order it with petrol and diesel engines with dual clutch automatic transmissions. We’ve extensively experienced the Vento TDI DSG before but now, it is time for the 2019 Volkswagen Vento TSI review. Buckle yourself.

Volkswagen Vento Appearance

The 2019 Volkswagen Vento comes with many interesting updates to its exterior design which makes the sedan look quite sporty. On its face, there is a new honeycomb grille with a chrome line running in the centre. The new bumper consists of stylish LED headlights with Day Light Running lamps in a black finish and the lower half is taken by fog lamps at both corners.

Its side looks flamboyant with body-coloured door handles with a chrome strip, body hued wing mirrors with turn blinkers and brilliant alloy wheels. The car’s rear design features 3D effect tail lights and the boot lid comes with the company logo embossed on it. Additional chrome dose on the tailgate with the blacked-out lower section and exhaust pipe complete the classy look.Check for Volkswagen Vento Test Drive in Chennai at Tryaldrive.

Volkswagen Vento Comfort

The refreshed sedan is endowed with beautiful interiors that offer a refreshing look and feel to the vehicle on the inside. The 2019 Vento comes with a sophisticated dual-tone colour scheme accentuated with classy chrome trimmings. The car is done with high-quality materials and scratch-resistant superior plastic surfaces which definitely enhances the overall up-market appeal.

There is premium ‘Cloud Titanschwarz’ fabric upholstery with a black interior theme for the Trendline mid-range trims and the higher Highline variants get premium two-tone leatherette upholstery and ‘Walnut Desert Beige’ interior theme. The sedan offers a multi-function console and steering wheel, cooled glove box, leather-wrapped gearshift and steering wheel, front and rear centre armrest, 12V power socket, trunk illumination and much more.

Volkswagen Vento Engine

That’s where all the difference lies. Under the hood, Volkswagen has now cut the petrol engine capacity by 400cc, but this doesn’t mean loss of power. Because it is turbocharged, this 1.2-litre motor produces a healthy 104 bhp of power and a class-leading 175 Nm of torque. But the best thing about the car is its gearbox—the Vento TSI gets the high-tech 7-speed DSG automatic gearbox, which not only shifts gears faster than you can realise, but also contributes to better fuel economy. Volkswagen claims an ARAI-certified mileage of 16.93 kmpl per litre for the Vento TSI.

You only have to slightly nudge the accelerator to realise what this small but mighty engine is capable of. In fact, on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway, an ‘excited’ Nissan Sunny driver tried to race our review car. The next moment we slotted the gearbox into the Sport mode and floored the accelerator pedal. In no time the DSG sprung into action, changed gears at exactly the right time the engine demanded, and all the 104 horses of the engine came into play. In a few seconds, the Sunny driver was far, far behind. The Vento TSI touches 0-100 kmph in a shade under 11 seconds and has a top speed of about 185 kmph. In the 40-100 kmph kickdown (fully depressing the accelerator), we recorded a time of under 9 seconds. The car also provides a decent ride on bad roads.

Efficiency-wise, the Volkswagen Vento TSI delivered close to 13kmpl overall (the claimed number is 18kmpl). This is despite the repeated high speed runs as well as slow traffic crawls. More often than not, we let the DSG do its thing but when needed, the manual mode was a bit more rewarding. Put the gear lever into Sport and both the transmission modes will equally delight – redline shifts and slightly raspier exhaust note. We do wish though that the brakes were a tad sharper.

Volkswagen Vento Driving

The high speed stability as well as the ability to climb to triple digit numbers on the speedometer rather quickly, are impressive. The cornering as well as handling manners too are good. Thankfully, the Vento facelift gets a rear parking camera too.The Vento offers good performance and superior handling. The ride of the sedan is mature and absorbs most of the bumps. Vento performs really good on the highways.Check car loan for Volkswagen Vento at Fincarz.

Volkswagen Vento Safety

Early this year when it was reported that some of the most popular compact cars sold in India failed crash tests done by Global NCAP, almost immediately Volkswagen announced dual front airbags as standard fitment on all variants of the Polo. That says something about Volkswagen’s commitment towards safety. The Vento TSI, too, gets ample safety features, such as dual airbags at the front, anti-lock brakes (ABS), electronic stabilisation programme (ESP), hill-hold function, electronic engine immobiliser, pinch guard safety for all four power windows, etc.

Volkswagen Vento Price in Bangalore

Volkswagen Vento On Road Price is 10,68,818/- and Ex-showroom Price is 8,63,000/- in Bangalore. Volkswagen Vento comes in 6 colours, namely Toffee Brown,Reflex Silver,Candy White,Blue Silk,Carbon Steel,Titanium Beige. Volkswagen Vento comes with 2WD with 1598 CC Displacement and 4 Cylinders with Maximum Power 104 bhp@5250 rpm and Peak Torque 153 Nm@3800 rpm DRIVE TRAIN 2WD and reaches 100 KMPH at 11.7 seconds . Volkswagen Vento comes with Manual Transmission with 2WD .To kow more details on Volkswagen Vento  check Basna

Volkswagen Vento Verdict

The Volkswagen Vento is an executive sedan offered in India by the German carmaker. It is powered by one diesel and two petrol engine option. The diesel engine and the smaller 1.2 litre petrol engine are offered with a DSG dual clutch automatic gearbox while the diesel engine is also offered with a 5 speed manual transmission. The larger 1.6 litre petrol engine is mated only to a 5 speed manual transmission. Key safety features offered in the Volkswagen Vento are ABS (Anti lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution), dual front airbags, engine immobiliser as standard. Higher versions also get Electronic Stability Program, Hill Hold Assist and anti pinch function on all power windows.

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Skoda Superb Hatchback Review & Test Drive

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Skoda Superb Overview

The 2020 Skoda Superb facelift is expected to launch in the second quarter of the next calendar year and the Czech carmaker is also evaluating the prospects of bringing in the plug-in hybrid variant for the Indian market. In terms of design, the 2020 Skoda Superb remains largely similar to the current model, save for the tweaked bumpers. The new bumpers have marginally added to its length, by 8 mm to 4,869 mm. However, its other dimensions remain unchanged. That said, the new Superb will be offered with some updated fitments. It gets sleek all-LED headlights along with daytime running lights and new position lights which now are stacked closer to the grille.

It also gets 18-inch and 19-inch alloy wheels and the colours Crystal Black and Race Blue have been added to the range of customisation options. On the inside, there are new chrome highlights on the instrument panel and door trims and the seat covers on the Ambition and Style variants are new as well. The Virtual Cockpit is optional and buyers can choose from three different infotainment systems, two of which also offer a navigation function. In the global market, the SmartLink technology comes as standard for all of the systems and enables access to smartphone apps via the infotainment system’s display. A SIM card provides Internet access, a Wi-Fi hotspot and access to the Skoda Connect mobile online services. The L&K version is fitted with a Canton sound system as standard.Check for Skoda Superb price in Hyderabad at Tryaldrive.

The plug-in-hybrid variant uses the 1.4-Litre TSI petrol engine which we have seen in the Audi A4 and it will be coupled with an electric motor to churn out 215 bhp in amalgamation. The all-electric range is up to 55 km and up to 850 km can be covered when combined with the petrol engine. The hybrid powertrain uses a lithium-ion high-voltage battery which is positioned in the chassis floor in front of the rear axle. Skoda offers the Superb with a range of engine and transmission options to choose from. However, the other two options which are likely to be on sale in India are the 2.0-litre diesel and petrol engines. All the three powertrains are expected to be mated to the seven-speed DSG gearbox and will be BS6 complaint since they will launch after the emission norms will kick in.

Skoda Superb Style

Extensively redesigned now, the Skoda Superb is sharper to look at. It’s based on the vision C concept showcased at the Geneva motor show 2014 and does not depart much from the concept style. The saloon feels big enough to take on the likes of BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E-Class and almost indistinguishable from the old car.

The modern looking grille along with the completely new headlamps and taillights appear totally in line with the new design theme that we earlier saw on the Skoda Octavia. The car is based on the modular MQB platform and weighs 75kg less than the car it replaces. The list of Skoda Superb colours on offer includes Candy White, Magnetic Brown Metallic, Black Magic Pearl Effect and Business Grey Metallic.

Skoda Superb Space

The car seen elsewhere in the world utilises an all-black scheme for interiors with minimum amount of chrome (comparing with the earlier car). The Indian version however employs a beige and black scheme along with beige leather combination. There’s an ambient lightening control to match your mood and driving style.The car would wrap you in luxury like none other and is extremely well kitted. There are clever spaces everywhere, the most impressive one being the Rolls-Royce inspired brolly in the door, nicely hidden at the driver’s side. All passengers get tons of space, the rear seats can be folded to reveal 1760-litres of boot space.To know more importance on Skoda Superb  check Resultmag

All latest gadgetry like MirrorLink, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and park assist, 6.5-inch touchscreen Sat-Nav system and driving modes make it into the top variant of the car.

Skoda Superb Gearbox

At the heart of the Superb is a 1.8-litre TSI petrol and a 2.0-litre diesel engine. While we got to sample only the 177bhp churning petrol version and might I say it’s eager and willing and comfortable too. It soaks up all the undulations and though it also comes with a ‘smart’ differential for the front wheels, the softness of the suspension doesn’t really make it stand out. That said, the ride quality cannot be faulted and though it’s the ‘Made-for-Indian-roads’ version, the ride quality is absolutely sublime. The petrol version is made available with both the manual and the 7-speed DSG while the diesel is only available with a DSG box.

The DSG is one such gearbox that puts the fun in driving an automatic and there are many examples of it in the market now. There was no doubt that the Superb won’t be available in it and that’s what makes all the difference. While wading through traffic around the roads of Mangalore, it does a great job of just making you relax and take you through the mundaneness of it all. While the 4 cylinders murmur in such conditions, they start to sing when you put your foot down.

There’s 250Nm of torque available from as low as 1250rpm and the 7-speed DSG helps you use every bit of it to your advantage. If you’re the kind of person who wants to take matters into his/her own hands, well, you have the Tiptronic for manual gear changes but then again, if you are a paddle shifters kind of person, there’s that too. There might be a millisecond of a delay in changing gears but clearly, I don’t want to complain and then be called petty minded. Gear changes are snappy and your fingers start working their way through them like a musician on a fiddle.

For the gearbox, your command is like an order from the king which has to be adhered to. The interesting part about this is that there is hardly any electronic intervention and the auto box will let you rev and push the needle over the redline till about 6500rpm. Sometimes it just makes you happy that the electronics don’t take you to be a moron and this car just lets you do what you want and probably, like a patient parent, says “Give him some time, he’ll learn.”

Skoda Superb Driving

According to the Skoda Superb reviews the car exceeds expectations in terms of performance and the wide range of engines on offer makes it an overall very attractive flexible package on offer. The handling of the Skoda Superb 2016 is not its strongest area but driving modes available does offer some level of support in the ride and handling department and make it quite flexible in that area.

Skoda Superb Safety

The Skoda Superb has 6 airbags, ABS (Anti-lock Brake System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution), Electronic Stability Control, electronic differential lock, reverse parking sensors and other features standard across the product portfolio.

Skoda Superb Cost in Hyderabad

Skoda Superb On Road Price is 36,97,106/- and Ex-showroom Price is 30,99,000/- in Hyderabad. Skoda Superb comes in 6 colours, namely Magic Black,Magnetic Brown,Amethyst Royal,Candy White,Rosso Brunello,Lava Blue. Skoda Superb comes with FWD with 1798 CC Displacement and 4 Cylinders with Maximum Power 178 bhp@4000-6200 rpm and Peak Torque 320 Nm@1450-3900 rpm DRIVE TRAIN FWD and reaches 100 KMPH at Electro-Mechanic Power Steering . Skoda Superb comes with Manual Transmission with FWD .

Skoda Superb Final Thought

The car’s the best value for money package on offer out there. Has a traditional rock solid build quality. Buy the car lest you wish to complain that you are not being pampered too much.The Skoda Superb variants are available in Style and L&K trims, we consider the Style automatic the best value for money package regardless of the engine that you wish to go for.

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Time Management While Filing For H1B Visa Petition

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Every year the Filing H1B Visa Petition can be done only from 1st April. Candidate can start applying after start of April month.

It is better to plan from January and get your things right, so that you can apply for H1B visa petition for your wanted fiscal year. Preparation and time management for H1-B visa focuses on how to plan for H1B visa filling.

Filing H1B Visa Petition season starts on April 1st of every year. Usually USCIS starts accepting H1B visa petitions for next fiscal year starting from April 1st of the current year.

What it means is that USCIS will start to accept H1B Visa petitions for fiscal year 2015 starting from April 1st, 2014. Based on previous experience, the H1B Visa 2015 filing date would be April 1st, unless USCIS makes any dramatic changes to the start date.

Time Management for H1B visa has to be planned in such a way that candidate can start the preparation for the H1B application filing two and half months earlier.

A. January – Job Search, List H1B sponsor

B. February – Accept Offer, H1B sponsor

C. March – Legal Work, LCA Send to USSIC

Filing for H1B visa is a very lengthy and tricky process because it is filed by the company, so the candidate has to wait till the company files and gets the visa approval. Taking help of consultancy at such time is advisable but there has to be guarantee of the firm being genuine.

If the candidate has exact list of documents which are needed and the exact costing behind it then it would help in saving time. Fake Consultancy Company can trick out and lock the personal documents with them later on blackmailing.

Make the stack of documents needed but not the originals because the USCIS demands to submit the copy of the original documents.

Filing H1B Visa Petition :

A. Documents required to apply for H1B are:

B. Copy of all educational certificates along with mark sheet

C. Copy of Degree award certificates

D. Copy of Passport

E. Copy of latest Resume

F. Copy of previous W2 tax forms if paying tax

G. Copy of your driving license or state ID

H. Copy of your Social Security Card

If degree from US:

A. Transcript and degree award certificate.

B. Copy of I-20

C. I-94

D. Work experience certificates

E. Copy of previous H1B approval notice and I-797 form

F. Report of work evaluation

G. Education evaluations report

The big relief here is the application filing cost. It would be paid by the employer so the candidate need not worry about it. With the start of the march the candidate has to convince the respected company to submit the application.

Time Management for H1-B visa suggests that beginning of the March is the time candidate needs to work with employer and their attorney for filing H1B petition. The candidate needs to send the documents; usually only scan copies of the documents are requested by attorney.For more info on H1B Visa  check Rbts

The procedure to submit the documents to USCIS is generally through mail. This is the time when the candidate needs to work with attorney and have it ready so that they file for candidate’s LCA during the running week itself.

There has to be no laziness while filing the petition because it would take a week. So keep a follow up with the company on the filing of the petition. Second week of March the candidate needs to check with the attorney and employer whether they have the required documents and make sure everything is on track.

This is the busiest time for employers and attorneys. If everything went well and your attorney has all the paperwork, there is no activity for you. Just keep tabs on everything so that you don’t hear last minute surprises. With the end of month of March there is no such heavy activity on the shoulder of the candidate.

The candidates simply have to wait for the company to deliver your H1B visa application exactly on 1st April to USCIS. Proper Time Management for H1-B visa will benefit in getting the visa approved easily.

 

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Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe First Look Review

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Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Overview

Mercedes-Benz has claimed a massive fan base in India, with a build royalty that few brands have ever displayed before. Although its niche of over-extraordinary luxury models have wooed countless enthusiasts in the country, the brand is constantly reinvigorating its flavour of build to cater to newer generations. A hand-picked example of this ever-flowing state of evolving architecture is the Coupe version of the premium SUV model, GLE.

Here is a vehicle that combines two systems of design that are supposed to be at odds with each other. On one hand, the Coupe brings a masculine and powerful visual figure to the mind of the viewer, seeming to cast its menace over any street where it prowls. At the same time, it has been effectively undercut with softer, plush themes, giving it a well balanced, feminine theme. making it easier for you to understand where this vehicle scores big and where it loses out.Check for Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe price in Hyderabad at Tryaldrive.

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Design

As you might expect, the new GLE43 looks quite similar to the outgoing GLE400. In front, we see a comparable fascia, with downturned headlights set with daytime running lights across the top of the housings. Between the headlights is a fine black mesh grille divided by two sets of twin wings that stretch across the horizontal plane.The lower bumper was tweaked a bit, with enlarged intakes and a sharper lower lip the appears to hug the ground a little more tightly. The brushed-metal look skid plate is retained, offsetting the lowest edge of the crossover. Up top, the hood gets the same drawn back character lines as before, suggesting a sinewy, muscle-bound pose.To my eye, the front end still has that characteristic SUV “boldness,” but presents itself with a little more sportiness than before.

Moving to the flanks, the aesthetic is more or less a carryover. The shoulder line and lower character line lend it a bit of a visual rake, drawing the eye back towards the plumped-up rear fenders. Per SUV tradition, the roofline is flat and straight, unlike its coupe sibling, and the hatch forms hard angles that drop into the rear. The taillights once again wrap around into the fenders using horizontal graphics. Above are brushed metal-look roof rails.The wheels shown in these press images depict an open five-spoke design, which is similar in appearance to the rollers used on the outgoing GLE models, albeit a bit larger. Sizing looks like it comes in at 20 or 21 inches in diameter.Speaking of sizing, we expect the AMG GLE43 to have the identical curb weight and dimensions as the GLE400. For reference, we’ve provided that information in the table below.

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Cabin

The interiors of the Mercedes GLE 450 AMG are the standard fare ones seen on the normal GLE. It goes without saying, quality is top notch everywhere and finding even one substandard quality button is difficult. The black interiors add that touch of sportiness but at the same time make the interiors feel less roomy. Again, like the exteriors, the interiors do not have AMG branding at any place which does make one feel a little odd. An AMG branded steering wheel or AMG badging on the dashboard would have been a nice touch.

The rear seats are good for two passengers however legroom and headroom is at a slight premium. The sloping roofline is to be blamed for the slight lack of headroom. The front seats are scooped to give that extra bit of room to the rear passengers. However, this car isn’t the one for primarily chauffeur driven customers. It is more suited to the ones who drive themselves. Like most European cars, the boot is very spacious and with the spare wheel neatly tucked in under the boot floor, there’s nothing to eat into the boot space either.

The infotainment system screen is well integrated into the dashboard and doesn’t look out of place as is the case with some cars from Mercedes-Benz. However, in the age of touch-screens, it is surprising that the GLE 450 doesn’t get one. Instead, one has to use the buttons located on the centre console and it does take some time getting used to. There are five driving modes – Winter, Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Individual. Another neat trick is the 180 degree camera which is particularly useful while parking the car as the rearward visibility isn’t too good.

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Performance

The 2996cc twin turbo petrol unit under the hood of the GLE coupe is a collection of some of Merc’s best high-tech features, all roped in to create one fine package. It is a reduced capacity iteration of Merc’s old 3.5-litre V6 which did duty in the E350. The engine’s bore and stroke have changed from 92.6 x 86.0mm to 88.0 x 82.1mm. This motor features variable valve timing, direct injection and two turbochargers. It uses third generation piezo injectors from Bosch and they can open five times per firing cycle and are precisely controlled to burn only the exact amount of fuel required according to the throttle position, gear position, engine and road speed. Making 362bhp and 520Nm of torque from as low 2000rpm this motor delivers instant responses.To know more info on Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe visit Stsoft

Step on the accelerator and the motor feels smooth and well-balanced. There is loads of grunt from the word go and the motor makes light work of the 2270kg kerb weight. At full throttle the motor comes in its own and it pushes you back in the well padded seats as it gains speed in a linear manner. Take-off is very strong and thanks to the 315 section rear tyres traction is unbelievable. As a result, performance figures are more than impressive. Acceleration from rest takes you to 100kph in one seamless rush and it just takes 6.02 seconds. Keep the throttle pinned down another seven seconds and you’ll snarl past 150kph! What makes all this power so accessible is that the new 9-speed automatic works well with this motor.

It shifts seamlessly in comfort mode and the gearshifts become fast enough in sport mode for spirited driving. With all that power, what’s also impressive is that stability around long corners is fantastic too. The long wheelbase, wide stance and wide tyres give it huge amounts of grip, and there’s almost no shifting around, even at really high speeds. The Coupe also has the ability to sit calmly on the road even with the speedo wound all the way around. In the tighter stuff all that girth can get a bit unnerving initially. But with more time behind the wheel you realise that this Merc is quite adept in this environment too. Of course, there’s no getting away from all that mass, especially when it comes to successive corners and the brakes take a hammering too if you drive it hard for a considerable period of time. So while this is no Porsche Macan, it surprisingly still is a fun car to drive hard.

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Driving

What’s immediately likeable about the GLE 450 is that every ride is not going to conclude with a potential visit to the chiropractor unlike a certain smaller AMG SUV. The GLE 450 rides on self levelling air suspension that has been tuned to feel closer to a full AMG rather than a run-of-the-mill GLE. It’s quite supple in Comfort mode but nowhere close to as soft as a stock GLE. As you move into Sport mode, the suspension drops by 15mm and becomes a little firmer while Sport+ lowers it by a whole 55mm and firms it up even more. Pleasantly, even Sport+ isn’t rock hard and I found it quite a joy to use on the smooth road to Aamby Valley.With 275-section tyres up front and gigantic 325-section rears, the GLE 450 AMG Coupe has a huge amount of traction. With so much grip and all-wheel drive, traction control almost never cuts in, but when it does it cuts power significantly until the system thinks the car is back under control.

The ESP system in this car is tuned more like that of a standard road car and when engaged, it is more intrusive than something you’d find on an AMG sportscar. It is a very large car though and can only hide its mass so much. After a few minutes of hard driving, I found the brake pedal starting to get soft in the battle to slow the beast down. The GLE is very fast but prefers to flow through the corners rather than piling in at maximum speed and torturing the brakes at every bend.The GLE 450 is comfortable enough in the real world and offers a commanding view in traffic that reduces some of the anxiety of driving such a big vehicle in a city like Mumbai. It has practical ground clearance and even has a Lift mode in the air suspension if the need to off-road ever arises. On the highway, it settles into a steady cruise but has a tendency to transfer the impact of a pothole or bump from one side of the car to the other. It’s a strange sideways jig that doesn’t change the car’s line but can definitely be felt by the passengers. It is most prevalent in Comfort mode and is one of the only issues I have with the way the GLE 450 drives.

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Safety

We were quite impressed with the range of facilities that the brand had incorporated to shield its occupants. From airbags to strong seatbelts to advanced aid programs such as downhill speed regulator, brake assist and many others, the car enables its occupants to enjoy a safe and peaceful ride. Out of the ordinary facilities such as reversing cameras, parking assists, an electric parking brake and many others also inundate the driver, making sure that no stone is left unturned in terms of providing a secure ride.

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Price In Hyderabad

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE Coupe On Road Price is 1,09,16,151/- and Ex-showroom Price is 91,87,139/- in Hyderabad. Mercedes Benz AMG GLE Coupe comes in 1 colours, namely . Mercedes Benz AMG GLE Coupe comes with AWD with 2996 CC Displacement and 6 Cylinders with Maximum Power 367 bhp@5500-6000 rpm and Peak Torque 520 Nm@2000-4200 rpm DRIVE TRAIN AWD and reaches 100 KMPH at 5.7 seconds . Mercedes Benz AMG GLE Coupe comes with Automatic Transmission with AWD .

Mercedes Benz AMG GLE 43 Coupe Bottomline

The GLE450 AMG Sport Coupe is a tough car to critique. On one side, you have that gorgeous body and good handling as positives. And on the other hand you have the well made but slightly boring interiors along with the firm and jittery ride as partial negatives. But being automotive journalists first and petrol heads a close second, we are willing to forgive these small follies in the light of what is possibly one of the better petrol engines we have driven in a while. And come to think of it, the GLE450 is a great value for money product too with its nearest competition, the BMW X6 priced almost Rs 30 lakh more. The final verdict is quite clear. The GLE450 AMG Sport coupe is not for everyone. But for those who want something different that will stand out is a sea of grey, black and white luxury SUVs, it is the perfect alternative!

 

 

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What You Need To Know About Mobile First Web Design

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Summer is prime house hunting season—I’m not telling you something you don’t already know. Google confirmed it when they reported that July is the month where real estate-related search terms typically spike. Combine that with the fact that 89 percent of home shoppers use mobile devices to search for homes, and I have to ask … Will your company be ready to capitalize on the 2016 selling season?

Let’s face it—using mobile devices to search the web has become a part of our everyday lives. There’s no doubt that a well-designed website that takes mobile into account is crucial in reaching today’s real estate customers, but you probably have some questions about how and why it is important.

For many, the choice comes down to designing a Mobile First website or living with what they have for the time being. Living with what is already in place may mean an app or app-like interface for mobile users. It could even mean living with a version of a website that doesn’t render properly—typically frustrating and driving away potential customers.For more info on SEO Agency for Real Estate check Realty DS.

This decision ultimately comes down to how your organization wants to engage its mobile traffic or if they are even ready to do so. This needs to be on the radar of every business owner as mobile usage continues to grow and becomes an even greater percentage of total website traffic.

With a Mobile First website design, a visitor’s mobile experience is the top priority in the structure and design of a site. The development process begins with designing a mobile site and then is designed to scale up to desktop size. That may seem like a small distinction, but it’s actually a big deal.

Design conventions for mobile sites focus on efficiency, simplicity, navigation, and ease of use on small screens; it ensures that SEO and usability best practices are followed. Finally, since the desktop and mobile versions are all the same site, mobile users will experience the same calls to action and conversions point as they would on desktop.

Put Mobile First to Reach Customers on Their Terms

Mobile design also requires considering the customer’s journey. In other words, how does a customer go from learning about your business to actually taking an action? Most modern consumers do research, read reviews, and visit social media sites before taking the next step in the home buying process.

Your Mobile design should incorporate each step of that journey in a way that fits the goals of your business. Basically, you want to make it easy for your customer to learn more through their preferred channels in addition to the content on your website.To know more information on Real Estate Advertising visit Aryavarta

As the percentage of home buyers–Millennials especially—using mobile devices to buy a home continues to grow, the importance of a Mobile First design will only grow in the coming years.

Add it all up, and you can see why having a Mobile First design has quickly become the way of the future for the 2016 home buying season and beyond.

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Tata Zest Hatchback First Look Review

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Tata Zest Overview

The Zest has been drawn from the ground up, keeping all of Tata Motors’ baggage from the past aside. Work on this car began nearly three years ago involving over 6,000 engineers and technicians spread across 11 technical centers in five countries. That might seem like a lot of manpower to develop just one car, but then you have to keep in mind the Zest is not just one car – it is the seed, the progeny of things to come from Tata Motors over the next decade.

The other reason for involving so many people in this project is that the Zest is intended to be a global car. The Zest is also not just one car but two, like most modern cars in the compact segment, the platform it has been raised on spawns both a sedan and a hatchback. While the Zest is the sedan, the hatchback is named Bolt and will be introduced in the Indian market in a few months from now.View offers on Tata Zest in New Delhi at Autozhop.

Tata Zest Exterior & Style

One of the biggest consideration aspects while buying a car here in India, is the exterior design or styling. It is said, if you get the visual allure of a product right, that’s half the battle. On this front, the Zest is a huge step up over both the Vista and the Manza. The Zest still has that typical Tata smiley face, which Tata now calls the humanity line. It is the line that runs along the bottom of the grille and connects the headlamps. The headlamps look nicer too, and in this top of the line version, are projector type. The bumper with its large fog lamp housing and a reverse air dam design give the Zest an air of much-needed modernity.

In profile, the Zest doesn’t look very proportionate; it’s more like the Dzire – with a longer hood and a stubbier boot – than the Amaze which clearly is better balanced visually. But with a revised shoulder line and an upswept lower character line, it gives the Zest better road presence. It gets largest in class 15in wheels too. The design for the alloys isn’t exciting, but its size certainly helps the Zest’s stance. At the rear, the Tata Zest has LED tail lamps, a well-defined bumper and boot lid with a thick chrome line dominating proceedings.

Tata Zest Interior & Space

A much bigger surprise is the cabin, which is easily the most modern and classy looking one we’ve seen in a Tata vehicle to date. The two-tone colour scheme makes it feel really airy, and the piano-black and gunmetal grey plastic trim do liven up the dashboard. The steering wheel is smaller in diameter than the Vista’s, it has a smart new hexagonal boss and there are audio controls here too. The speedo and rev counter dials are also very attractive, with a chunky-looking 3D jewelled effect, and a detailed fuel and trip computer nestled between them. It’s not just the look that’s improved, but the quality too. The texture and finish of the plastics look and feel much better to be on par with Maruti and Honda (though not quite at Hyundai’s level). If we’re going to nitpick, panel fit still isn’t perfect, the edges of certain parts are still quite rough, and the shiny plastics still reflect too much. It’s a shame that all the leather trim from the car shown at the Auto Expo 2014 is missing, even on the top-spec car, and that there is just one cup holder in the cabin; the slim door pads could barely fit a half-litre water bottle.

A lot of work has been done to the seats as well, and the big front chairs are well cushioned and supportive. The high dashboard means shorter drivers might have to use the seat height-adjuster (only available on the top trim), but you will be comfortable over long journeys. The rear seat is like a sofa – easily wide enough for three, with good support and space in every direction. The air-conditioning – automatic climate control on the top-spec car, manual otherwise – has also been improved, and though we didn’t have a hot summer’s day to test it on, it regulated cabin temperatures very quickly and efficiently.

Finally, another talking point on the inside is the new infotainment system developed with luxury audio experts Harman (of Harman and Kardon fame). The eight-speaker audio sounds fantastic for this class of car, and gets USB, Bluetooth, aux and SD card input (no CD player though). The touchscreen infotainment system on the top-spec car is very ambitious, offering higher-segment features like a proximity display for the rear parking sensors, alternate controls and display for the air-con, vehicle settings control, and even voice commands. It gets the job done, but is a little rough around the edges; the voice commands are too few and specific, for example. The screen is a bit too reflective to easily read on the move as well, but the unit itself feels really good to use, with high-quality controls. The lower-spec car misses out on the touchscreen, and with it, some of the aforementioned features, but its unit looks neat and works well.

Tata Zest Engine & Gearbox

The Zest comes with a choice of both petrol and diesel engines and that gives the car a versatile customer appeal. The petrol is an all-new turbocharged unit, displacing 1,193cc. Tata Motors likes to claim that this is the first turbocharged engine in the segment, but let me refine that fact, the technology isn’t new to India. Ford has the 1.0-litre Ecoboost and Volkswagen, the 1.2-litre TSI, both turbocharged fuel injected engines, though to be fair to the Zest, neither of the cars these engines power belong in this segment.To know more information on Tata Zest check Basna

So the Revotron has been designed in-house by those 6,000 engineers and technicians I mentioned earlier. The word Revotron comes from blending the words ‘revolution’ and ‘tronel’ which is French for balance. Why did Tata Motors go all the way to France to add balance to their engine beats me! But they did find a fair amount of balance and what has resulted is a brilliant piece of engineering. This 1.2-litre petrol is a clean and smooth engine, it’s also effortless and finally I can say a Tata Motors engine is fun. On a short drive in and around Cansaulim in Goa, the engine revved cleanly put the car into the power band rapidly and never ever felt short of breath. The turbo kicks in around 1,200rpm and that provides torque pretty early in the rev band. You get 90PS of max power at 5,000rpm and 140Nm of torque between 1,750 and 3,500rpm which is par for the segment.

Ironically just as we went to drive this car, petrol prices were hiked by another rupee and some sixty paise per litre. For the domestic market, this engine then may not seem to be a very positive step for Tata Motors but their interests this time around have global repercussions. The petrol engine is intended to capture attention in European and Asian markets where petrol is still a popular choice of fuel. And this engine can easily hold its own against comparative Ecoboost or TSIs of this world.

The diesel engine on the other hand may still be the popular choice for India but it’s not a new engine. This is the same Quadrajet engine that is sourced from Fiat and tuned by Tata Motors. You get 90PS of max power at 4,000rpm and 200Nm of max torque between 1,750 and 3,000rpm. It’s a torquey engine but certainly not as quick as the petrol or for that matter, it does not feel as alive or energetic. That’s not to say this engine is a dud, you can get decent performance out of it, but both the Amaze and the Xcent for instance feel a bit more spirited.

To keep NVH levels in cabin comfortable there are three sound deadening layers. There is an absorptive layer inside the engine bay, followed by a reflective layer inside the cabin on the firewall. This is the wall separating the engine bay from the cabin. And finally there is another absorptive layer over the reflective one. So is the cabin a quiet place? The petrol definitely is but the diesel is also surprisingly quiet if driven calmly.

The interesting bit about both the petrol and diesel engines is the transmissions used in them. The rumours about Tata Motors going in for the AMT transmission can finally be put to rest. Yes there is an automated manual transmission in the Zest but it is provided only with the diesel. The petrol gets a regular manual transmission but bear in mind even the AMT is a manual transmission that uses the same device as Maruti did in the Celerio to actuate gears. All the AMT does is removes the need for a clutch while using an onboard computer to decide when a gear shift is necessary. The AMT has been sourced from Fiat which means it’s a Magnetti Marelli component since they alone supply this technology to Fiat worldwide.Apply car loan for Tata Zest.

The AMT transmission provides both an automatic and a manual shift experience. You get just three driving modes, ‘D’ to drive forward, ‘R’ to back it up and ‘N’ to leave it in neutral. Slip the shift lever to the left and you can then select gears manually by simply sliding the stick up or down to raise or lower the gears. You would have also noticed a small ‘S’ button just below the shifter and that essentially puts the powertrain in Sport mode. In this condition, the transmission will let the engine rev all the way to redline before it shifts a gear. In normal mode, the management system will select the optimum rev point to shift up or down depending on the engine load conditions to maximise fuel efficiency.

Tata Zest Driving Dynamics

Like space, ride quality too has been one of Tata Motors’ strong points. And the Zest is no different. It rides well at slow speeds, and even pronounced undulations, doesn’t unsettle the car too much. Tata has used what they call dual path struts at the front and revised torsion beam axle rating at the rear to achieve this. The dual path struts use a softer rubber at the point where the strut connects with the body in white giving a supple secondary ride before the spring and damper setup comes into play. This has allowed Tata engineers to firm up the latter combo a bit to achieve better cornering ability.

On the road, the Zest doesn’t feel like a go-kart or even a car where handling takes precedence. It is still more comfortable than energetic around a switchback. Not that it feels cumbersome or lazy if that’s the impression the previous line left on you. It’s just not as sharp at turn in or flat around bends or neutrally balanced to keep understeer away as an entertaining handler ought to be. The steering response and feel, on the other hand, particularly for an electrically assisted one, is impressive. It also has feel and is agreeably quick, and because it’s light and not vague, it makes driving the Zest in the city pretty easy.

Tata Zest Braking & Safety

Tata Zest comes equipped with Disc brake as front brake while Drum brake does the duties as the rear brake. This primary braking system responds instantly and to ensure much better braking, the company has also introduced the most advanced, the 9th generation Antilock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) as secondary braking system. Tata has also blessed the Zest with Speed dependent auto door lock system and Front and rear fog lamps. But unfortunately, the XE variants in both the guises miss out on these features.

The company in a bid to avoid any mishap and make sure of maximum safety of the occupants, has also incorporated segment-first, the Corner Stability Control feature in the Tata Zest with mid and top trims. There are also dual front airbags and front seat belts with pre-tensioner & load limiter in the top-end trim. However, for the security of the vehicle; the company has come up with Immobiliser with every variant. But, the top-end trim XT also has a Perimetric alarm system that makes loud sound if any attempt of burglary or thievery is made.

Tata Zest Price in New Delhi

Tata Zest On Road Price is 6,54,475/- and Ex-showroom Price is 5,70,663/- in New Delhi. Tata Zest comes in 6 colours, namely Venetian Red,Platinum Silver,Sky Grey,Pristine White,Dune Beige,Buzz Blue. Tata Zest comes with FWD with 1193 CC Displacement and 4 Cylinders with Maximum Power 89 bhp@5000 rpm and Peak Torque 140 Nm@1500-4000 rpm DRIVE TRAIN FWD and reaches 100 KMPH at N/A . Tata Zest comes with Manual Transmission with FWD .

Tata Zest Verdict

Even a short drive in the new Tata Zest will make you forget everything about the old Indica Vista, so effective are the improvements. The design is a definite step forward and when viewed from certain angles, the car looks genuinely good. The real changes are in the engineering. The ride and handling mix is just spot on, and it’s even fun to chuck around corners. The petrol engine doesn’t quite live up to all the hype Tata put behind it, but in isolation, is very smooth and driveable, and packs adequate punch too. The AMT diesel comes with the compromises typical of this type of gearbox, but for most people in everyday driving, the price, fuel economy and immense convenience factor should outweigh the small foibles. You’ll also have little reason to complain sitting inside, apart from the lack of cabin stowage, and the top-spec car is really well kitted out too.

With the Zest, Tata Motors is taking on a hugely competitive segment dominated by three of the country’s biggest carmakers. It does have a trump card up its sleeve with the diesel auto, however, and this alone should have buyers flocking to showrooms. Tata was the company that started this segment in the first place, remember, and if it prices the Zest as competitively as it historically has its other cars, this could be the car that puts Tata back in the game.

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All What You Need To Know About Hair Transplant

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Hair transplant steps are the most important thing you should know if you are willing to undergo hair transplantation procedure, as you must know all details about your problems, techniques of hair transplantation, and ensure the final look.

Baldness, alopecia, hair loss, or lack of density are considered the worst during males/female’s life, which everyone is seeking to avoid reaching, but if you enter one of those problems, you might consider hair transplant steps.

Hair transplant steps

Hair transplantation is a cosmetic procedure, which depends on transferring the hair follicles from your donor area to the baldness, alopecia, or hair loss areas, so your hair will grow naturally, depending on the common latest techniques, either DHI, FUE, or ROBOT technique. To know more info Consult best Hair Transplant surgeon in Hyderabad at Personiks

Your hair transplant steps will be as follow:

The patient will undergo general checkup and necessary tests such as blood tests and diabetic tests to know the genetic factors, ensuring the public health, and make sure that he is a good candidate to undergo hair replacement.

The first step in hair transplantation:

The doctor examines your scalp and knows the problem that you suffer whether; alopecia, baldness, hair loss, or lack of density, then, he decides the suitable technique, according to your condition, then, he determines the number of follicles that needed to transplant.

The second step:

One of the medical team will shave your hair from the donor area, and sterilize the scalp, then; you will be given local anesthesia by a professional of anesthetics, to relax during the procedure and do not feel any pain.

The third step:

The doctor will harvest the follicles from the donor area, where the back of your head between two ears, using a specific device called micromotor, which consists of a tiny needle called Punch with different measurements of the diameter between 0.4 mm to 0.8 mm. The doctor chooses the measure of the needle, according to the type of follicles.

The medical staff will take the follicles and put them in a biolife solution called HypoThermosol to keep alive as long as possible outside the body; then, the follicles will be sorted by the number of hair, from the micro-grafts of only one hair up to the larger grafts of 4 hairs.

Each technique varies in its steps after the step of harvesting, as all technique standard in the stage of harvesting the follicles but the difference is the techniques of transplantation.

After finishing the harvesting phase, the difference between each technique will appear, so if the doctor decided the FUE technique, the steps after the harvesting stage would be as follow:

A. The patient will be an anesthetic in the baldness areas, called recipient area, where will be implanted.

B. The doctor makes very tiny slits in the baldness or alopecia areas to insert the follicles that harvested from the donor area.

C. One of the medical staff sterilizes the patient’s scalp while implanting the follicles.For more details on Hair transplantation surgery check Cidoc2015

D. After the doctor finishes hair transplant steps, he will put a band around the patient’s head to prevent the fluid loss.

Follicles unit harvesting, known as FUE technique is the global and popular technology, which every doctor prefer to use; it is a leap in hair replacement procedures due to the reduction of side effects such as scars and bleeding, which were resulted from the previous techniques. FUE technique takes a period of six to eight hours.

In case of the doctor choice DHI technique, the steps will be:

1. Instead of making slits, the doctor uses CHOI pens, which are devices, look like a pen that has an accurate head, in which the medical staff put the follicles in that pen one by one, then; the doctor takes the pen and implant the follicles in the recipient area of the scalp with one click by the Choi pen. It the most critical step in hair transplant steps with DHI technique, which needs an expert and efficient doctor.

2. During implant, one of the medical team will sterilize the scalp of the patient, using salt solution.

DHI technique, known as CHOI technique, is the one of the most significant technology in hair transplantation world; it depends on Choi pen that has the ability to control the transplanted hair directions, does not make any scars in the scalp, and gives a natural density and natural appearance, as well the success rate of DHI technique ups to 97%.

CHOI technique is suitable for every person who needs density or solving the problem of baldness, whether scalp, mustache, or beard, in addition to, it does not need to shave the whole hair because of the doctor implant the follicle in a specific area. DHI technique takes 6-8 hours, according to each patient.

If your hair transplant steps by a ROBOT technique, will be as well:

A. The first step in hair transplant steps with Robot HARRTS; the Robot examines your scalp under the supervision of the doctor, in which will consider the donor area and determines the number of follicles that will be harvested, in addition to, identifies the baldness areas

B. The Robot gives a model of the final look of hair, according to the shape of the face.

C. The doctor together with the helping arm of the robot will implant the follicles in the baldness area in a particular way.

D. The robot HARRTS helps to decrease the side effects and complications after hair replacement.

ROBOT technique, known as Robot HARRTS, is the latest technique in hair transplantation technology all over the world, which helps the doctor and considers as an assistant doctor; there are two types of Robot HARRTS, which are Major HARRTS and Mini HARRTS. The difference between the mini and the major Robot HARRTS is the numbers of arms of each, in which Major HARRTS contains four arms, and Mini HARRTS includes two arms. ROBOT technique minimizes the time.

After finish hair transplant steps, it is recommended to take some vitamins and treatments, such as platelet rich plasma PRP. The plasma helps for strength the transplanted follicles and stimulate the follicles to accelerant growth.

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What is Traditional & Digital Marketing?

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The debate between traditional and digital marketing is long and lasting. It ultimately comes down to which one fits the needs of your company. When trying to choose between traditional and digital marketing, why not look at both.

Traditional Marketing

Traditional marketing refers to any type of marketing that isn’t online. This means print, broadcast, direct mail, phone, and outdoor advertising like billboards. From newspapers to radio, this method of marketing helps reach targeted audiences.For  Digital Marketing Agency in London check Vivid SEO.

Traditional marketing is not only one of the oldest forms of marketing, but also one of the most researched. Marketers lean towards this method because it’s tried and true. Everyone encounters some sort of traditional marketing in their everyday lives, whether it’s getting the mail or your daily newspaper.

Traditional marketing plays an important part in reaching local audiences. Ads can be kept for a long period of time, if they’re physical. Plus, there’s an audience who’s easier to reach through traditional marketing than online marketing.

Digital Marketing

Inversely, digital marketing is … well … digital. Digital marketing is any marketing a company conducts online, such as paid social media ads, email marketing, and PPC advertising. Digital marketing has become wildly popular due to the cultural, technological, and societal shifts around us.

Promoted tweets, influencer trips, and Tasty videos are all examples of digital marketing and how expansive it’s become. Even Googling “What is TikTok?” is evidence of effective digital marketing.

As the world becomes more digital, the way we market has evolved. Not only is digital marketing sometimes more cost-effective than traditional, but also it is a more direct way to connect with target audiences globally.

Digital marketing is essential for businesses today. It’s become routine for consumers to conduct research and make purchases online. Just this week, I’ve looked up lunch spots, priced couches, and picked an eye doctor — all using the internet.To know more info on SEO Services check Aryavarta

With all this information, which route should your company go with?

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Mercedes Benz CLA Class Review & Test Drive

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Mercedes Benz CLA Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz CLA Class fits into the new breed of compact luxury sedan segment. It has to be said that Mercedes-Benz has done a great job of designing the CLA Class sedan from it’s A and B Class derived platform.

The car is ergonomically comfortable for both front and rear occupants with an acceptable amount of cabin space. However, it can be a bit tight for tall passengers. Leaving aside this glitch, the CLA feels like a full blown luxury sedan. Build quality in typical Mercedes fashion is excellent, so is fit and finish, along with good quality of materials inside the cabin.The dashboard is identical to that of the A-Class hatchback, along with all the instrumentation and switchgear. The CLA Class is a well equipped car and offers plenty of features and gizmos for occupants. View offers on Mercedes-Benz CLA Class in Mumbai at Autozhop.

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Exteriors

The CLA gets her jaw-dropping looks from her stunningly beautiful mother, the A-Class and her suavely handsome father, the CLS-Class. I’d say she’s like the teen supermodel every guy is chasing in college. I think I said some similar stuff in my review of the CLA45 AMG- this car fitted with jet propulsion. The nose is very similar to that of the A-Class but instead of getting the silver diamond grille, MB has provided the CLA with a black diamond grille for a more aggressive stance. The hood is just like it is in the AMG car, it gets two contouring lines on the bonnet that Mercedes calls “power-domes.” Call them whatever you want, those lines make the front end even more appealing than it already is. The sides get distinct lines that extend all the way to the tight rear end and culminate in beautifully laid out LED tail lamps. I don’t know how Mercedes has done it; though the car may be standing still it has a silhouette that depicts an urgency of motion.Mercedes-Benz_CLA-36

The trunk gets a tiny curve upwards that acts as a diffuser. All these design aspects and contour lines etc give the CLA the lowest drag coefficient any sedan has ever seen. With a 0.24 Coefficient of Drag (for the technically- passionate out there) the CLA is the slipperiest car in the MB stable and moves on the road causing barely any disturbance to nature’s elements, which is very good if you ask an aerodynamic geek.

This movement happens on intricately designed 17-inch rims and Continental tyres. Dimensionally the CLA has the same wheelbase as the new C-class- 2699mm. Don’t let this make you think it is based on the C-Class, this car is very much an MFA platform car. One of my favourite aspects of this car is that it comes with frameless doors. That’s right! The windows may be small but roll them down and open the door creates an immediate break in the routine framed door life of this world.

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Interiors

Mercedes-Benz has made a few differences to the interior of the CLA. Yes, it looks very fresh; though it may seem similar to the interiors of the A-Class it is not.What remains the same is the layout but the buttons are clean and new and the screen for the COMAND system has been replaced by a five-inch HD display and has been installed with the latest operating system. The same one we have seen in the new S-Class. The COMAND system now comes pre-loaded with Garmin GPS navigation and web-access via Bluetooth tethering. This feature is only active when the car is not moving but that is no reason to shy away from this beauty. The music system has been provided by Harman/Kardon and their Logic 7 set up.

That’s top notch for a car in this segment, but MB knows what they are up against and compact luxury seems to be the next big thing in the Indian market. The 5 inch HD screen and the new COMAND system go hand in handThe CLA is most likely to be owner driven and is aimed towards the young modern family. Two in the front and two in the back is ideal for this car. The coupe stance of this car does make the rear headroom on the tighter side but I doubt too many tall people will be sitting in the back seat of this car.

That is the trade-off though, sexy car = compromised headroom. It’s a pretty good deal if you ask me. The panoramic sunroof is a great touch. This makes the car look quite spacious, especially for those in the front seat.

The trunk of the CLA is bigger than any customer would imagine. I was quite taken aback when I saw it first in the AMG version. It is 470 litres and can hold quite a bit. If you have bigger stuff well Mercedes has provided the CLA with a folding rear seat so as to make for a bigger trunk. There is a small loading door as well that opens into the cabin of the car via the rear centre arm rest, this can be opened only from the trunk. Check for Mercedes Benz CLA Class in Basna

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Engine

The 2017 Mercedes CLA gets the same 2.0-litre petrol and 2.1-litre diesel engines. The variant we tested had the petrol engine. The powerplant unleashes 183 PS of power along with 300 Nm of torque. Mated to the engine is the same 7G-TRONIC gearbox that we’ve been seeing since quite a while on various Mercs. The petrol CLA has a top speed of 235 km/hr while 0-100 km/hr comes up at a notch below 8 seconds. The diesel engine is the familiar unit we’ve seen on some other Mercedes cars and we’ve always liked the oil-burner.

The petrol engine is super refined. Driveability in the city is stress-free and low-end performance is pretty good. Things get even better post 1500 RPM when the power surge starts to increase. Power delivery feels smooth all the way up to 6000 RPM without the CLA losing its beat. The mid-range is punchy and there is some steam left even at higher RPMs. At high speeds, the gearbox does a great job but it feels a bit confused at city speeds. Also, it has a tendency to upshift very early and the solution to this is to switch from Eco/Comfort to Sport. Sport mode lets you explore the full potential of the car and the exhaust sounds sweet near the redline.

The diesel engine is rather efficient while the petrol is not bad either. The AMG model could be a little more efficient.Apply car loan for Mercedes Benz CLA Class at Fincarz.

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Driving

What surprised me the most was the ride quality. For India, Mercedes has increased the ride height as compared to the global spec car but that doesn’t mean the handling has been compromised. The CLA handles as good as it looks. There is a certain suppleness and fluidity in the suspension setting. What used to be quite a thud in the A-Class has now turned into a minor blip in the CLA. At higher speeds the ride and handling gets even better giving the driver great confidence in the vehicle. Speed breakers are no issue for this car!

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Safety

The car comes with several features and sophisticated safety equipment like the tyre pressure monitoring system, PRE-SAFE system, airbags and ESP (Electronic Stability Program).

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Price in Mumbai

Mercedes Benz CLA Class On Road Price is 37,43,323/- and Ex-showroom Price is 31,70,689/- in Mumbai. Mercedes Benz CLA Class comes in 5 colours, namely Cirrus White,Night Black,Cosmos Black,Jupiter Red,Mountain Grey. Mercedes Benz CLA Class comes with FWD with 2143 CC Displacement and 4 Cylinders with Maximum Power 134 bhp@3600-4400 rpm and Peak Torque 300 Nm@1600-3000 rpm DRIVE TRAIN FWD and reaches 100 KMPH at 9.8 seconds . Mercedes Benz CLA Class comes with Automatic Transmission with FWD .

Mercedes Benz CLA Class Verdict

The Mercedes CLA gets you a ticket to the high flyers club and it is targeted towards the younger generation, aka the millionaires. The car doesn’t have any major flaws. The looks are unbeatable and it is offered with some attractive colours too, thus guaranteeing you a lot of attention wherever you go, with the tri-star logo giving a good sense of self-pride. The changes aren’t major but they make sure that the Mercedes CLA continues to appeal and doesn’t feel outdated at all.

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H-1B Extension Documents Checklist

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Fortunately, you are able to use the optional premium processing service to expedite your new petition’s processing time to 15 calendar days. Once you have been counted against the cap, you are no longer bound by the lottery dates (i.e. April 1st and October 1st). This means that using premium processing for an H-1B extension may be much more beneficial to your case than it would be if you were filing in the cap, where the mandatory six-month waiting period to start work usually renders premium processing obsolete.

To take advantage of this service, you will need to file an I-907 and $1,410 fee along with your I-129 petition. If the USCIS fails to process your petition in the promised time, you will receive a refund of your premium processing fee and your petition will be processed normally. For H1B Visa Process Visit UT Evaluators.

Keep in mind that the USCIS reserves the right to suspend premium processing for any fiscal year. In fact, they have done so for the 2018 and 2019 fiscal year in order to allow those without premium processing to have their petitions processed. Check with the USCIS news in order to see if this option is available in the year that you are filing.

H-1B Extension Documents Checklist

In order to apply for an H-1B visa extension or renewal, a foreign professional must provide the following extension documents:

1. A valid U.S. passport with the original H1B visa,

2. The I-797 approval notice issued by the USCIS

3. I-94 Arrival/Departure form with a departure date that has not yet expired.

4. Your resume or curriculum vitae (CV)

5. Evidence of employment demonstrated by one of the following:

A. 3 previous paychecks

B. a leave of absence letter or;

C. a letter from employer.

6. University bachelor’s or advanced degree

7. University transcript

8. Academic evaluation

9. Letters of recommendation from prior employers

Extension requests are fairly similar to the original H-1B petition package (i.e. required filing fees, new H forms, new LCA, new employer letter, photocopy of the H-1B approval notice from the original petition, as well as the other supporting documents). tO KNOW MORE INFORMATION ON H1B Visa  visit Spectralreview

However, only 1 copy of each document is required in an extension petition package. The extension request can be submitted up to 6 months before the date upon which the H-1B status is due to expire (despite the fact that the I-129 instructions indicate a 4-month time frame for this).

By law, the timely filing of an extension request automatically “locks in” the foreign national’s legal status and ability to work for the sponsoring employer for a period of 240 days beyond the date upon which the H-1B status expires.

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