#ODRecap: Nex-gen Punto spotted, 3-year two-wheeler insurance, SQ7 in Civil War and 2016 Himalayan Odyssey

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Overdrive April 19, 2016 19:45:03 IST
#ODRecap: Nex-gen Punto spotted, 3-year two-wheeler insurance, SQ7 in Civil War and 2016 Himalayan Odyssey


Next-generation Fiat Punto spotted

Test mules of the fourth-generation Fiat Punto were recently spotted in US. Based on the new X6H platform, the new-gen Punto will be unveiled by the end of this year. Fiat will launch the new Punto by the end of this launch in the global markets. It is expected to hit Indian shores by mid-2018. With a heavy camouflage, the finer details weren’t visible, however, the new-gen Punto will use a completely new design language considering this is the first makeover after its decade...

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