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Carwale readers' choice: Top 10 reviews from 2017

December 16, 2017, 11:00 AM IST by Omkar Thakur
Carwale readers' choice: Top 10 reviews from 2017

Car reviews for an internet-based publication are tricky. In this internet age, which is defined by how fast you can get your story up on the website, we believe in taking our time to bring out an honest opinion to all who look us up for information. Luckily, in this process, we have got more pats on the back than flak and it is heartening to see millions of car buyers and enthusiasts reading our content. So, because we are nearing the end of 2017, we thought it would be a great way to thank all our readers by making a top-10 list of the articles that received the most amount of love. Here it is.

1. Off-road day 2017: An Introduction

We had taken a bunch of cars for our annual Off-Road Day expedition which included the Jeep Compass, the Toyota Fortuner, the Volkswagen Tiguan, the Isuzu D-Max and the Tata Hexa. Of course, we had a blast putting all these cars through some unreal but scientific tests and it seems the joy was shared by all our readers as well. Find the complete story here.

2. Maruti Suzuki Dzire Review

The Maruti Suzuki Dzire has been the highest selling car this year surpassing all previous records. With at least 30,000 cars sold three months on a trot, it certainly is one of the most researched cars online in India. No wonder the nation wants to know how the Dzire drive! If you haven’t read it till now, here is the link.

3. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Long Term report

Maruti Suzuki has developed the knack of giving the Indian car buyers exactly what they want. And the Vitara Brezza is just that. A compact sub-four metre SUV with a tried and tested engine, features to keep everyone interested and Maruti service to back it up. So, we tested the car for more than three months and wrote about our experience, good and bad alike. Here is what we said.

4. Tata Tigor Review

Tata’s all-new Tiago-based sedan introduced a fresh approach to the then stagnant compact sedan segment. Also, it sits below all its competitors on the price charts which makes it largely popular as well. We have been having the Tata Tigor as a part of our long-term garage for almost six months now and we are all floored by its ride quality. To know more, read on…

5. Maruti Suzuki Ignis vs Hyundai Grand i10

Make any list about Indian cars and Maruti should have at least three of its cars in the top five. SO here is the Ignis, the new funky compact hatchback. And everyone wants to know how it fares when compared to the Hyundai Grand i10. Because, Hyundai offers a lot of car with the Grand i10 and especially after the facelift and update, the Korean seems to be zooming ahead. Click here to find out.

6. Tata Hexa vs Toyota Innova Crysta

This is the battle-royal for the people mover segment. The Hexa was supposed to give the Innova a run for its money and also cost a hatchback less than the Toyota. A comparison you wouldn’t want to miss, would you? 

7. Tata Nexon vs Maruti Suzuki Dzire

If you have Rs 10 lakhs to spend on a car, what do you do? Go for a top-spec compact sedan or a compact SUV? A very difficult question isn’t it? We tried to answer that and judging by the number of people who have read this story, we hope to have helped a fair lot of them to make this decision. If you haven’t made yours yet, read on…

8. Segment Shift: Indian car buyers now prefer premium

Being online, we can reach all the people across geographies, across strata and across languages. The best part is, we can analyse their behaviour to get a sneak peek into the future trends. So, after going through the numbers of the past few years, the behavioural patterns and the market forces, we have hypothesized a theory that the Indian car market is shifting a segment up. Want to know why?

9. Honda WR-V Review

Honda ventured into the compact SUV segment for the first time in India and it seems that the WR-V is working well for the Japanese car maker. No wonder we have so many people looking to know how the WR-V performs as a package. Here is the link to the story.

10. Ford Figo S vs Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS

Last but not the least, comes a surprise. While we have been cribbing about the lack of passion in the Indian car buyers, here is a testimonial to the growing breed of driving enthusiasts. Because that is the only explanation we have for this event of the Ford Figo S vs Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS story raking up so many views. Here is what we had to say.

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