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Santosh Nair, 28 May 2016
A lot’s lying on the shoulders of Tata’s little Tiago. It is big on character and is the brand’s full-hearted effort to give the consumer a well-rounded package. You’d agree too that it carries a welcome change from the usual design language from this car maker.
Ameya Dandekar, 26 May 2016
The Audi Q5 and the BMW X3 have had it easy up until now as they never really had a competitor from arch rival Mercedes. Yes, the cheaper version of the ML or now the GLE came close but it was always more expensive and it was more of a stopgap variant than a full blown contender. Finally, the wait will be over, come 2nd of June, 2016, when Mercedes launches the much talked about GLC SUV.
Ameya Dandekar, 21 May 2016
The new C-Class which was launched just last year is a very impressive product. Apart from boasting a design which made it look like a mini S-Class, the cabin with its design finesse and superior quality swept the floor from under its competition. But where it lacked was in the engine department especially in the diesel guise.
Ameya Dandekar, 20 May 2016
So I have spent nearly two months inat the seat of my Elantra and it has been a truly positive experience. This month I mostly used the Elantra for intra city commutes and the Hyundai felt more than at home.
Sagar Bhanushali, 20 May 2016
Compact sedans or sub-4 metre sedans – whatever you may call them, these four-door vehicles with their boot cut short are massively important to buyers in India, and the leading bunch among them includes the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Hyundai Xcent and the Honda Amaze.
Ninad Ambre, 16 May 2016
In our first report of the Renault Lodgy, we told you that we will analyse the potential of the car on the highway and in the city. So in the first month itself, we put our Lodgy to some mile munching activities. It mostly ran on highways in daylight hours and at night a few times. Let’s get straight to the most important bits.
Ameya Dandekar, 13 May 2016
Datsun’s entry into India has been challenging to say the least. Its first offering, the Go, was a stripped out version of the Nissan Micra and it has been a struggle for the brand. The heavily stripped-out Go also caused Indians to associate Datsun with ‘budget’ and the crash test controversy didn’t help matters either. The fact is the Datsun brand has good equity as an affordable brand globally and to set things right the second time around Datsun promises to deliver a more upmarket exterior and interior with the all-new Redigo
Vikrant Singh, 09 May 2016
This month the Maruti Suzuki Baleno has lived solely in the city. And I have discovered some great, some good and some not so nice bits about the car.
Vikrant Singh, 06 May 2016
This is the new generation of the Audi A4 and it will replace the current car in India in only a couple of month’s time. As with the current model, the new A4’s mainstay will be the 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel engine. However, in its improved avatar, the engine now makes 188bhp and a massive 400Nm of torque. And that puts it level with the BMW 3 Series, one of the more powerful and torquey diesel cars in its class.
Ameya Dandekar, 05 May 2016
In a country like India, buying a low-slung sportscar is as practical as buying a speedboat in Rajasthan. Our broken roads and larger than life speed breakers post challenges that can turn even short commutes into endurance challenges for these exotics.
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