Hyundai will reveal the new Creta later this year in India, a subcompact crossover to take on the likes of the Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, Nissan Juke and Jeep Renegade.
One of the major changes that made to the Audi SQ5 to get it ready for the US market was a ride height that was lifted by 1.2 inches compared to its European counterparts. The small increase allowed the SQ5 to retain its "light truck" classification of the Q5 for emissions regulations. In a similar move, Car and Driver is reporting that the Audi Q3 crossover will also be joining the Audi lineup in the US once it receives a facelift and taller ride height.
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