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What Is Rhinoplasty & What Is The Difference Between Open And Closed Rhinoplasty

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People decide to undergo rhinoplasty for different reasons. Some want to correct their deviated septum which is making their breathing difficult. Some just don’t like the small hump of the nasal bridge, and others might want a fundamental transformation.

If you’ve weighed up everything until you’ve made up your mind to go under the knife and get a nose job for whatever reason, chances are you’ve already heard the terms ‘open rhinoplasty’ and ‘closed rhinoplasty’ while gathering information about the nose job procedure.

Open rhinoplasty and closed rhinoplasty (also known as endonasal rhinoplasty) are the two main approaches to rhinoplasty. Open and closed rhinoplasty refers to two distinct approaches of reshaping a nose.

The main difference is that while open rhinoplasty refers to a procedure including an incision on the soft tissue between the nostrils (columella), the closed type addresses an almost similar treatment with all its incisions occurring inside the nostrils. Other important distinctions also define and distinguish the two procedures.

That said, you may not be able to figure out the real difference between the two approaches and the pros and cons of each one. Continue reading to find out the advantages and disadvantages of open and closed rhinoplasty methods.

OPEN RHINOPLASTY

Simply put, in open rhinoplasty the surgeon makes a small external incision (called trans-columellar incision) outside the nose at the base of the columella (the soft bridge separating the nostrils). The surgeon then gently raises the skin of the nose, allowing easy access to the bony structure and cartilage for the operation.

What are the pros of open rhinoplasty?

Open rhinoplasty has some advantages over the closed approach, which are as follows.

A. Since the nasal structure is completely revealed, the surgeon has better access to what he is going to change and thus able to operate on the nose more delicately.

B. The stabilization of the nose after surgery is easier in open rhinoplasty than closed rhinoplasty.

C. Most surgeons practice open rhinoplasty. Therefore, your chance to find a good surgeon for open rhinoplasty is greater.

What are the cons of open rhinoplasty?

The main drawbacks of open rhinoplasty are as follows:

A. Open rhinoplasty is lengthier and more invasive than closed rhinoplasty, so the recovery time will be a little longer.

B. A very small scar might be visible on your nasal columella, though only when you tilt your head back.

CLOSED RHINOPLASTY

Closed rhinoplasty was the first method of nose surgery that was performed, which is still being widely used by many surgeons. In this procedure, small incisions are made inside the nostrils and the surgeon makes alterations to the nose through the nostrils without lifting back the skin. For more info on Rhinoplasty check Kotra

What are the pros of closed rhinoplasty?

A. Closed rhinoplasty is less invasive and leaves no scarring and less swelling after surgery, so there will be a shorter recovery time and downtime.

B. A closed rhinoplasty procedure takes a shorter time to be completed than an open rhinoplasty.

What are the cons of closed rhinoplasty?

A. As there is limited visibility of the tissues and cartilage, the surgeon can make limited changes, with less delicacy.

B. There are fewer surgeons who are skillful at closed rhinoplasty than open rhinoplasty.

C. Closed rhinoplasty is not much suitable for people who want to get a lot of change in the soft tissues of their nose.

D. Incisions made in the nose weaken the nasal structure, undermining the stability of the shape of the nose in the future.

A study published in The Journal of Laryngology & Otology on the effectiveness of closed rhinoplasty approach for excision of nasal dermoids found that this method gives optimal cosmetic results in excision of small, superficial nasal dermoid cysts in well-selected cases and provides adequate exposure for total extirpation.

The Average Cost Of Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty cost ranges from   50,000 to   1.5 lakhs, depends on how complex steps we need to perform in surgery. Same surgery costs in corporate hospital around   1.5 lakhs to   2.5 lakhs. If nasal implants are used additional cost of   10,000 to   15,000, however this will depend on your particular case. This can only be determined during a consultation with your surgeon, and following that an accurate price can be quoted.

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Mahindra TUV300 Hatchback First Drive & Gearbox

Mahindra TUV300 On Road Price In New Delhi

Mahindra TUV300 Overview

Compact SUVs, they come in two sizes – S and XS, the latter getting the crucial excise duty advantage and yet we have very few options. Mahindra quite literally started the sub 4-metre compact SUV segment (the highly outdated Premier RiO aside) by taking a big saw and chopping off the backside of its Xylo MPV, OK, there certainly is more than what meets the eye but I digress.

The MPV based Quanto faltered on many fronts and new entrants in the segment lead to sales dropping drastically. Time for a new SUV for the UV specialist then, only thing being, the TUV300 isn’t the successor to the Quanto but we at MotorBeam feel it fills those shoes till the updated model is launched. After driving it on the Mahindra test track, we quite liked the product but time for a detailed road test to judge the real character of this “Tough Utility Vehicle”. Apply car loan for Mahindra TUV300.

Mahindra TUV300 Style

Taking inspiration from the ‘battle tank’, TUV300 has been shaped in a rather boxy manner which may or may not go well with the customer, reason being that some may find it tough and rugged while others may think that it is too plain jane to stand competition like Hyundai Creta, Maruti S-Cross, Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster. Mahindra TUV300 pictures of the outside testify the company’s attempt to come up with a rugged vehicle, but what really works for the SUV is that despite its small size it manages to appeal customers and is not mistaken for an oversized hatchback. Despite its sub-four meter length, the SUV does not seem petite or compressed, probably because it is not feature clad on the outside, the unnecessary styling to make it look sporty has been skipped which works well for it.

Front is bold, the engine hood is short and front apron is unusually wide. Radiator grille is reminiscent of Jeep and a hint of chrome is evident around the rectangular openings. Head lights are designed in such as way that fits well with the bold front end. Body coloured lower bumper gets square shaped fog lights featuring chrome surrounds. Air inlets are again wide that add to the aggressive stance. Wheel arches are rather rectangular than round, side view is simple, the black treatment around the window frame, dual tone power adjustable ORVMs, body painted outside door handles and window beltline altogether lends a suave look. Rear too has been designed in line with the rest of the body, a set of simple tail lights and mounted spare wheel are equipped on the tailgate. And the black painted roof rails have been atop appear sport

Mahindra TUV300 Space

The cabin of the TUV300 is a mix of beige and black, with some dull silver thrown in. While it isn’t the best quality from the Mahindra stable, it does just fine for the price point. The space is enormous, and the cabin proportions felt exact. Taller/heftier members of our team had little to complain about during the drive.The all new dashboard layout is marvellous in our opinion, and Mahindra has perfected its beige-black combination with this particular model. The centre region is coloured in black, while the upper and lower halves are beige.The black design stretches all the way into the front console, extends around the instrument cluster and envelops the steering wheel as well. The centre console is laid out in a simple yet, eye catching manner. We personally feel that it is one of the best looking fascia designs in a Mahindra. The piano black finish for the console adds some zest to the look, and the silver garnish looks nice as well.

Positioned at the top of the console are two AC vents, and right below them is the 2 DIN audio system that comes with Bluetooth, AUX and USB connectivity. The buttons to the radio are spread around the small screen.At the bottom of the fascia, you have three large AC knobs with chrome surrounds. A 12V power socket along with a USB and AUX-In port have been integrated in front of the gear lever, and resting between the front seats are cup holders and other storage options. Power switches for all four windows are also hosted in the console area between the seats, while a small storage pocket is present behind the hand brake. We personally felt that these small pockets wouldn’t hold anything substantial, but you could find them useful for keeping spare change or your keys.

Look up at the roof and you’ll find a cabin light console that resembles that of the Scorpio. Also included here are swivel lamps and a Bluetooth mic. Talking about the inner comfort, we were quite satisfied with the ergonomic build-up of the seating. The front passengers get the benefit of the individual armrests, while headrests for all of the seats further ramp up the comfort. The vinyl and fabric mixed upholstery quality is acceptable. The steering wheel inherits the standard Mahindra design that you can easily spot in other vehicles of the brand including the Scorpio and XUV500. The shiny emblem of the company rests at the focus of the wheel, and audio controls have been incorporated at the left.

The chunky steering wheel is nice to hold. For the top end variants, there is a silver garnish on the lower side of the wheel, which adds an upmarket touch. In front of the steering wheel, the instrument cluster houses the tachometer and the speedometer, and when you take a closer look, it feels as though the company never falls short of chrome. The dials have a chrome touch too. Check for Mahindra TUV300 in painpeters

Mahindra TUV300 Engine

Mahindra offers the TUV300 with a 1.5-litre diesel engine. But, it comes in two states of tune. First being the mHawk80 which has a power of about 84bhp, while the second engine is the mHawk100, which produces close to 100bhp of power. Both these come with a five-speed manual transmission and the powerful engine has AMT option too. The powerful engine comes only with the top variant T8, with 100bhp. This an improvement over the 80 bhp version.

Engine refinement is good, and there is very limited vibrations at low speeds. It is at high speeds that the engine becomes noisy. The engine has good power. There is good enough torque at almost any engine speed. The boost that one gets from a diesel engine seems to be missing on the 80bhp. The 100bhp is a tad quicker, but nothing that one can speak off. The 100bhp engine is more suited for the AMT version and has ironed out a lot of issues that came up with the 80bhp version.

The gear lever on the Mahindra TUV300 is tall but it easily gets slotted. The clutch pedal too is light and it makes it easy to drive. The AMT is a bit sluggish in shift, but is good enough for city use. There have been issues with this transmission, however now it the problems have been fixed.

Mahindra TUV300 Driving

The TUV300 will be Mahindra’s first SUV which will actually sit on the new body on frame chassis which has been developed for recently for the new generation Scorpio. The advantage of this new chassis is that it weighs much less than its earlier ladder on frame chassis, although the length of the Chassis will be actually shorter than that of the Scorpio for obvious reasons. For that reason expect the new TUV300 to also handle better than the compact SUV Quanto. Book Mahindra TUV300 Test Drive.

Mahindra TUV300 Safety

The TUV300 is offered with dual front airbags and ABS as optional on the T4 variant while the T6 variant gets ABS as standard. Airbags and ABS with EBD are standard offerings on the T8 variant. This is quite a good step taken by Mahindra since safety is quite a norm now and most customers have finally realised the importance of these features. In terms of service, well the automaker has a lot of service stations across the length and breadth of the country and there are service centres located in remote areas too. Hence, TUV300 buyers need not worry much when it comes to servicing their vehicles.

Mahindra TUV300 Cost

Mahindra Tuv300 On-Road Price in New Delhi ranges from 9,85,045 to 13,17,638 for variants TUV300 T4 Plus and TUV300 T10 100HP AMT Dual Tone respectively. Mahindra Tuv300 is available in 8 variants and 9 colours. Below are details of Mahindra Tuv300 variants price in New Delhi.

Mahindra TUV300 Conclusion

The Mahindra TUV300 is a refreshingly good product from Mahindra with appealing looks, a very well made interior that is also well designed. It is spacious, doesn’t cost the earth and has a pretty good ride and handling package too. If only the TUV300’s engine was more powerful and more responsive, it would have been an even more potent vehicle than it is today. That said, we are sure that the TUV300 will be a runaway success for Mahindra as most of its customers do not really care how powerful it is and are more wooed by how nice this compact SUV actually looks on the outside and insides and of course, how fuel efficent it is.

What is important to note here though is the fact that the TUV300 will not only take on the likes of the Ford Ecosport but also the likes of the premium hatchbacks like the Hyundai i20 and the Honda Jazz along with compact sedans like the Ford Aspire and the best selling Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, and that is when its value for money quotient will really make sense.

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Mahindra Verito Facelift First Drive & Transmission

Mahindra Verito Overview

Mahindra & Mahindra, the famous SUV manufacturing company have launched the new edition of Verito, its sedan as Mahindra Verito Executive. This premium sedan has been launched keeping in mind the business professionals, the corporate class or the executives. This sedan has not only elegant exterior but also an interior which looks classy. Moreover the car is long-lasting and its performance on the road is also quite admirable.

Mahindra Verito Price In Bangalore

The executive edition of Verito has been provided with the Renault 1.5L DCi diesel engine and Renault 1.6 L MPFi petrol engine which returns a good mileage and great fuel efficiency. This sedan has been launched in a dazzling Pearl White color which has given it an upmarket feel. The most pleasant fact about this executive edition of Verito is that within a sensible price tag, Mahindra is offering its customers a compact sedan which excels in everything starting from looks to performance. Let us get into details of this newly launched saloon.

Mahindra Verito Style

In terms of looks, style, and features, Verito’s exteriors are definitely a step up from its basic inspiration – the Renault Logan. The new grille gets heavy chrome treatment and carries the signature Mahindra grin. The refreshed front headlamps are less boxy which are much better to look at. The slight design tweaks in and around the front bumper are also giving a better stance to otherwise plain front facia. The rear gets a style treatment with clear lens tail lamps and sculpted boot lid. Boot lid gets a chrome garnish and Mahindra badge too. The design cues from Mahindra worked wonders on the rear as the Verito stands utterly different from previous Logans. The boxiness of the car seems long gone with the new treatment.

The roof rails add a distinct sportiness to the character. Also, the side body claddings and alloys on the 14inch rubber give the car, a premium feel. The side ORVMs are now fitted onto the door with a plastic cladding unlike the old exposed metal mounting. The broad wheelbase of the car permits a spacious airy cabin along with a boot space of 510-litres. Mahindra presently offers this sedan in a blend of 8 colours that include: Dolphin Grey, Rocky Beige, Mist Silver, Java Brown, Diamond White, and Twilight Blue. The Verito has better styling than the earlier bland-to-look-at Verito.

Mahindra Verito Space

The first thing that you notice as soon as you get into the car’s cabin is space and openness. It is the best that Verito has to offer in terms of interiors, the two rows of seats offer ample amount of leg, head, and shoulder room.The insides have been embellished with much more refined features highlighted by dual toned dashboard and a brilliantly arranged instrument panel. The car carries capacity to comfortably accommodate five adults without making anyone feel claustrophobic. The upholstery and plastic are of better quality in all its variants. The rear seat is large and wide and offers ample comfort along with head restraints.

The central console is presented with different offerings such as black paint, or cubicle painting depending over the version. The instrument panel is well organized along with a large glove box that can store lots of things. There are several other storage cubicles such as parcel shelf, door pockets, a large boot space of 510-litres, mobile holder, bottle holder, and a few others interesting holes where you may comfortably place your small belongings. Apart from all these features, the sedan has been bestowed with several advanced comfort features that help in giving it a upmarket feel. Check for Mahindra Verito in painpeters

The dual toned instrument panel features an efficient ait conditioner along with a heater that helps keeping cabin temperature comfortable as per weather. Along with these, the car features ample number of comfort aspects like an integrated CD player, USB port, Aux-in port, FM Radio, electronic ORVMs, in-cabin theatre dimming lights, bright light in boot space, power steering, power windows, passenger side vanity mirror, central door lock, gear knob with solver finish, and so forth. With availability of all such features Mahindra Verito seems a complete package of comfort and convenience and ensures a comfortable drive experience.

Mahindra Verito Engine

The company has incorporated this sedan with a 1.5-litre, CRDi mill with four cylinders and a total of eight valves that can displace 1461cc. It is based on a single overhead valve configuration. With a common rail direct injection fuel supply system, it delivers good mileage of 21.03 Kmpl. It has the capacity to generate a maximum power of 65bhp at 4000rpm and produces a maximum torque output of 160Nm at 2000rpm. The efficient torque distribution to its front wheels is taken care of its five speed manual transmission gear box. It can touch a top speed in the range of 145 to 150 Kmph and can breach the 100 kmph mark in about 16 to 17 seconds from zero.

The company has equipped its diesel mill with a common rail direct injection fuel supply system, which aids in generating better mileage. Under standard driving conditions, this sedan can generate 20.03 Kmpl, which is quite competitive in this segment. Power of Mahindra Verito This vehicle is fitted with four cylinders, which further have a total of eight valves. It has a potential of generating a maximum power of 65bhp and produces a maximum torque output of 160Nm.

Mahindra Verito Driving

The entering of the Verito is quite easy. The sitting position can be adjusted to and fro and also height can be adjusted with the lever provided manually. Once we started the engine, smooth steering welcomes the driver to have a pleasurable ride.The Verito’s pedals are easy to handle. We went to have a drive in the busy Hosur road of Bangalore where performance matters most, as there is a mixture of heavy traffic and signals, as well as free roads and few humps.With the super smooth steering and fast pick up, the Verito’s handling is good.

The indicator switch is provided on the left side rather than the conventional right side, which indicates the same design used in France by Renault rather than being redesigned as per Indian norms. The taking of turns, acceleration and braking are classy and give a sense of confidence with respect to performanceThere is ample of leg space at both front and rear seats. The cushioning of rear seat is good enough to ensure comfort for the rear seat passenger with good lumbar support, texture of seats and head restraints. Book Mahindra Verito Test Drive in Tryaldrive.

Mahindra Verito Safety

The safety quotient has been given great attention in designing this model. In the top end variant, the driver is provided with an airbag. This trim has an collapsible steering column, which adds to the safety by collapsing down in case of a head-on collision and making it easy for the airbag to deploy. The front and rear head restraints are adjustable as per the passenger preference. The front seat belts can be adjustable as per the convenience.

The engine immobiliser is an advanced technology that freezes the engine when it suspects an unauthorized access. Child proof rear door locks that are built into this car is a family friendly factor which additionally is backed with electrical rear window child lock. The day and night rear view mirror is fitted as a standard feature. The front and rear windshield is laminated. Furthermore, it has got halogen headlamps to it as well. While, the Executive Edition has been bestowed with blue vision headlamps.

Mahindra Verito Cost in Bangalore

Mahindra Verito On-Road Price in Bangalore ranges from 9,04,536 to 10,19,144 for variants Verito D2 and Verito D6 respectively. Mahindra Verito is available in 3 variants and 8 colours. Below are details of Mahindra Verito variants price in Bangalore. Check for SBI car loans in Fincarz.

Mahindra Verito Conclusion

The Mahindra Verito is a sub 4-metre Verito in the true sense. It is identical to the Verito in every aspect except the rear end design and boot capacity. While the hinged boot isn’t much practical, it has helped Mahindra in saving costs of development and production. So does the Verito Vibe make sense? When you factor in the Verito Vibe costs a good Rs. 80,000/- less than the regular Verito, things start making to the mind. If you can live with the rather unconventional rear and boot, the Verito Vibe makes a good case for those who want a practical hatchback which can carry five in reasonable comfort while delivering exceptional fuel efficiency at this price point.

 

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Hyundai Eon Performance & Price

Hyundai Eon Overview

When Hyundai Eon was launched, it made almost all the heads turn thanks to its attractive design, which was non-existent in its segment. Yes, the Maruti Alto 800 may be the best selling car in the country, but we all would agree it’s not particularly expressive. So, when Hyundai launched Eon, the vibes were so strong that the Maruti launched a special edition variant of the then Alto just a day before the Eon launch. Hyundai Eon has the big responsibility to follow the footsteps of the iconic Santro that put the Korean car company on the right track.

Hyundai Eon price in Chennai

Hyundai Eon brings to the table what the other cars have failed to at the same time inspired other companies (read Renault with their Kwid) to bring a great looking car that offers best-in-class build quality, good fuel economy and lots of features in this segment. In typical Hyundai way.The Eon is certainly eons ahead of what the Alto offers and is almost head on with the Renault Kwid. So close, that we couldn’t come to a conclusion between the two. The biggest advantage the Eon holds over the Kwid is that it’s available without a waiting period, however the Kwid is more appealing as it is the new k(w)id on the block.

Hyundai Eon Style

The Eon is the next embodiment of Hyundai’s new design language and what we now know as fluidic design. It’s funky and eye catching, and it’s closely related, cosmetically, to the new Verna and the i10. You see the same profusion of lines and shapes especially at the front with those well defined cheekbones highlighting this car. The sunken grille with the chrome strip and the Hyundai logo embedded in the centre is another distinguishing character. Yet its most interesting feature are its wraparound headlamps and the beefy wheel arches.

Viewed from a three quarter angle those clear lens headlamps with elaborately designed reflectors looked like giant Chinese soup spoons to me. But they are attractive and along with the rest of the elements adorning the Eon’s face garner a lot of attention. The rear hatch area is also very attractively turned out complemented by the crescent moon shaped tail lamps. The hatch looks a bit small though access to the boot is easy and unrestricted. Overall the Eon appears to be a very busy pallet yet it has a smooth cohesive sense about it which makes it attractive.

The Eon also has a very nice stance, contrary to Hyundai’s tall boy designs in the past the Eon looks short and wide, hunkering down with a quiet confidence. It’s less than 3.5 metres long and just a little over 1.5 metres wide with a 1.38-metre wide track and 170mm of ground clearance. It’s compact and yet looks much larger than the Alto, in fact it almost looks as large as its sibling the i10.

Hyundai Eon Space

Ideally seeing just how large the Eon is for an entry level compact car should prepare you for the shock of its interior. This is by far the most spacious cabin in any entry level compact car. I could easily seat four of me and have space for one more mini-me. Do not expect it to be a full 5-seater, not without three people in the rear bench getting too intimate. What does happen is generous knee room for rear seat passengers with ample shoulder space. At the front it’s a bit of a squeeze sideways, and the driver will always bang elbows with the passenger when trying to shift gears.For Hyundai Eon visit painpeters

Design wise this is an ergonomically sound cabin. It has the same sense of flair as we have come to see in the most contemporary Hyundais. The gentle crests and troughs keep it interesting and I like the small cap the upper layer of the dashboard forms over the centre stack. Even on bright sunny days the shadow it throws over the stereo panel will ensure clear readability. The controls for the air-con and the stereo are simple to use though I did think that the profusion of buttons on the stereo panel could have been trimmed down a bit. Nevertheless that centre stack is nicely designed with the entire dashboard cascading into that single area.

The instrument console features a simple three pod layout, with a large speedometer placed in the centre and flanked by the temperature and fuel gauge on either side. The dials are clear and easy to read. A small window inside the speedo pod relays basic trip and odo readings and also indicates the correct gear to drive in. The interiors are also nicely styled with a two tone shade and bursts of faux aluminium inserts across the dashboard and the door pads making the interior feel rich. The cabin is also quite practical and apart from the generous amounts of space you also get several storage bins and bottle holders. There is also a very generous boot with 215 litres of storage space and the rear bench folds down to provide more if required.

A USB port allows iPod connectivity, I’m not certain how well it operates but just in case it does not accept your device there is an aux port below it, so a solution is available. Fit and finish is very good, the shut lines are tight and look like they will stay that way for a long time. The doors close with a well meant thud, the seats are supportive despite looking pretty slim, there aren’t any unfinished areas and I genuinely believe Hyundai has now fully understood low cost engineering allayed to high quality very well.

Hyundai Eon Engine

The Hyundai Eon in India gets a 3-cylinder engine that was developed at Hyundai’s R&D centre in Hyderabad. It’s the same engine as in the i10 with one cylinder removed to reduce displacement. It makes 56PS of max power along with 75Nm of torque which is the best in class. Driveability isn’t great with max torque being generated at a fairly high 4000rpm which means you have to constantly shift down to lower gears. In urban areas you will find yourself using second and third gears constantly and that also keeps the revs high.

At engine speeds above 3000rpm it sounds buzzy and scratchy and the sound only dies out considerably when you shift to higher gears and keep the revs low and that largely happens on the highway. Yet its NVH is within comfortable limits and unless revved hard this engine is a quiet operator. It’s also very similar in feel to the Alto’s 800cc engine, in first gear there is a small flat spot under 1500 rpm that intermittently also shows up in second gear. At times unless revved hard it feels like the engine is dying out even though you’ve engaged first gear and released the clutch. The 5-speed transmission is smooth to operate, however on another car it felt notchy. I guess these are some of the consistency issues that Hyundai will have to sort out. The ratios nonetheless are spaced out quite a bit to provide the best fuel efficiency rather than performance, yet first to third gears sees the Eon gain momentum quickly enough.

PERFORMANCE & EFFICIENCY

With a kerb weight of 725kilos the Eon has a decent 77.24PS per tonne though with the tall ratios don’t expect the Eon to make progress very fast. So 100kmph comes up in a lazy 19.08 seconds by which time you are also inching very close to the quarter mile mark, that’s how much distance it covers to get to 100kmph. The quarter mile then takes another eight tenths of a second. With the strong low and mid range but just noise at the top the Eon feels slow in the roll-ons. Third gear overtaking acceleration is decently fast but shift into fourth or fifth and the 40-100kmph runs feel like an eternity has passed, both runs recording well over 25 seconds.

The Eon is quicker than the Alto by a slim margin but at nearly two seconds, a margin it is. That said all of Hyundai’s efforts have been put into fuel efficiency. According to the ARAI figures the Eon returns an overall of 21.1kmpl, on our test cycles however she returned 15.6kmpl in the city and on the highway a brilliant 24.3kmpl but the overall adds up to just 17.75kmpl which is much lesser than what Hyundai claims.

Hyundai Eon Driving

As far as the ride quality and handling characteristics are concerned, both the 0.8L and 1.0L behave similarly as there are no differences in the suspension setup. The Hyundai Eon gets the typical McPherson strut to the front and torsion beam axle to the rear for the suspension duties. While the Eon goes smooth as long as the roads are smooth and can absorb slight aberrations of without a problem. But as the going gets tough, the Eon does get going but you will feel each and every bit of those large bumps. Book Hyundai Eon Test Drive in Tryaldrive.

When it comes to handling, predictable is the word that describes that of the Eon. Hyundai Eon doe a neat job of going around the city traffic without any drama. Over the highways, while the straight line stability is good, going around the curves will rob you off the confidence. The skinny tyres are the major reason and hence we recommend wider tyre upgrade at the earliest. The tyres take no time to understeer if pushed hard and the body roll also crops in.

While the light steering is good for the city commutes, the feedback from it is almost nonexistent on the highways. The brakes though have a nice bite to them and inspire confidence during high speed braking situations.

Hyundai Eon Safety

Hyundai has partly taken care of the safety by equipping the vehicle with a single driver side airbag. The reinforced cage of Eon is remarkably strong and has crumple zones to absorb the impact in an event of collision. There are impact beams on the doors of the car, making it pretty safe and strong. Even the floor of the Eon has impact beams to keep the cage safe.

There are self-restraining seat belts for the driver and all the passengers. Eon also offers child safety lock on the rear doors, which refrains children from opening the doors from inside the vehicle. The Eon also comes with a remote control security system for convenience. The Eon is pretty loaded on paper, but most of these features come with the top variants only. Otherwise, Eon is a pretty sorted-out vehicle. The top trim also features fog lamps and engine immobilizer, which are not generally seen in this segment. In short, the car is feature rich, but most versions don’t have them. For more info on Eon car visit midasedu

Hyundai Eon Cost in Chennai

Hyundai Eon On-Road Price in Chennai ranges from 3,70,579 to 5,13,846 for variants EON D Lite and EON Magna O Optional respectively. Hyundai Eon is available in 11 variants and 5 colours. Below are details of Hyundai Eon variants price in Chennai. .

Hyundai Eon Conclusion

No matter which way you look at it, the Eon has managed to achieve what many have set out to do. It truly is the first car that has all the elements in place to take on the mighty Alto. Hyundai’s engineering prowess, determination and ever improving production skills are highlighted through this product. The Eon is a surprise that you really enjoy receiving and the beauty of the entire package is that Hyundai has managed to price it bang on target. Its the ultimate value-for-money option in its category and the only reason I can think of not wanting to buy an Eon if I happen to be an entry level segment customer is if I was adamant on having a faster car, namely the Alto K10.

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Updating Your Digital Marketing Playbook With These Trends

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The key to a successful business lies in having a strong presence in the virtual world. The dynamic nature of digital marketing can seem a bit daunting, but read on to tap into the current trends in the industry and to use it to your advantage.

Content driven marketing

Over the next year, content marketing is said to be more popular, which means that there is going to be a shift from conventional marketing techniques. The emphasis is likely to be on creating fresh content of superior quality – via user stories, video testimonials, and webinars. It is certainly time to also dive into social. Research from Hubspot says that social media has a 100% higher lead-to-close rate than outbound marketing.

Add a personal touch

There are several platforms or software apps that allow you to customise your content for your audience. Big data has already begun to revolutionize marketing with over 70% of content having been created over the last two years. Now you will have access to any cusstomer based on what they do over the internet. This is a more targeted approach and will yield better results.

User generated marketing

Your users control the way the conversation about your brand flows, so let them advocate your brand on your behalf. Create moments that can be Instagrammed, Snapchatted, Facebooked or more – letting the users tell their own story. There has been a 78% increase in User Generated Content (UGC) this year – a concept that was practically unheard of last year. For more info check SEO Agency London.

Go mobile

According to Google, this is the year that mobile traffic has overtaken desktop traffic in 10 countries across the world, which means mobile is the way of the future. Additionally, they have introduced an algorithm with the sole intention of weeding out sites that are not optimized for mobile use. It is anticipated that sites that focus only on desktop optimization will see a decrease in traffic over the next year.

Video ads are the way of the future

Anyone that has spent time on YouTube can testify to the efficacy of video ads. Other social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Bing also offer video ad space for advertisers as well. What is more important is Google supports video ads – and since Google owns YouTube, there are countless possibilities.

Keep digital assistants in mind

More people are using services like Apple driven – Siri or Windows driven Crotana than conventional search engines. Build your information in such a way that it is accessible to this new format and you will get an edge in pushing your business.

While conventional methods like Search Engine Optimization and Pay Per Click still hold true – these new trends are the way of the future with over 2 billion smartphones estimated to make its way into the market worldwide in 2016. For more details on SEO Services visit midasedu

Social media is key

Whatever else you may invest in, the power of social media cannot be discounted. By finding ways to make your brand more interactive and being open in your communication, you allow your customers to see the lighter side of your company. This makes your brand more approachable and will go a long way in creating a lasting impression.