Category Archives : Car Reviews
Least expensive V8-powered car in India. Yup, you read that right. Priced from INR 65,00,000 (ex-showroom Delhi), the Ford Mustang GT is indeed the least.
Volkswagen – Here is a company which actually developed a sedan capable of driving at 300 km/h all day with an exterior temperature of 50.
Second gen Audi R8 V10 Plus launched at INR 2.55 crores (Ex-showroom). Audi is one of those very few brands that manages to stay in.
The Honda BR-V has been launched in India as an alternative to the Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster and Mahindra Scorpio. Honda has been absent in.
Lighter, smaller and cheaper version of the Renault Kwid. Since the brand’s revival in 2013, Datsun hasn’t made any significant strides in the Indian market.
Maruti’s newest challenger takes on the current leader of the segment. “Which is better? The Hyundai i20 or the Maruti Baleno?”. This is a question.
Popularly known as ‘SRK’, Indian Autos Blog’s in-house artist, Shoeb R Kalania, shares his ownership review of the Maruti Baleno. Its been exactly two months.
In the running for the sub-4m SUV crown. Maruti Suzuki may have a few best sellers in showrooms, but their SUV portfolio was weak. Until.
A longer and well-appointed version of the Skoda Octavia. I quite appreciate Skoda’s confidence in naming their flagship model as the “Superb”, since most vehicles.
Renault India has managed a feat few car makers have achieved: Put off a facelift for its once best-selling product, the Renault Duster, over two-and-a-half.
It may have seen delays, but the market launch of the Tata Tiago is positively nearing its D-day. Expected to take place on March 28,.
The Tata Hexa Tuff was unveiled alongside the production version of the Tata Hexa at the Auto Expo 2016 last month and was displayed at.
An SUV that makes a bold statement on the road. Before I start my review, credit needs to go where it’s due. If it weren’t.
Cosmetic upgrades collectively improve its appeal. The sub-4m sedan segment is growing in size, with new contenders like the Tata Kite 5 (codename) and VW.
The hatchback that aspires to be an SUV. A decade ago, if someone were to ask a Mahindra official whether they would create a rival.