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The S-Presso now dons the role of a weekend car, due to the ‘new normal’.
Driving around the city without a care for range has been hugely rewarding but we’ve also discovered some foibles.
With no people to move in lockdown, the Triber showed off its load-lugging skills.
After an uneventful start to its time with us, the Venue has seen a lot of action of late.
Ford’s compact SUV slotted into our daily lives seamlessly and was a pleasure to drive.
Our 1.0 turbocharged Aura was run very little due to COVID-19, but we found out that it’s a great lockdown car.
The partial lockdown meant a situation we didn’t think would ever happen.
This practical EV doesn’t need to be charged frequently and has cured us of range anxiety.
An unexpectedly fun compact sedan joins the Autocar India fleet and takes one tester by surprise.
The Triber activates its full MPV mode by seating six and carrying around their luggage too.
Thanks to the lockdown, the Venue’s had an unusual start to its long-term tenure.
No bump too high and no rut too sharp on this drive.
After a good year, through thick, thin and Mumbai monsoons, it’s time to say goodbye to the Ciaz.
Still the compact SUV that delivers the biggest smile.
It has only lived the city life, but a demanding one at that, and it’s come out shining.
It proved to be a great city car and a practical SUV for day-to-day use.
A good companion for great drives on bad roads.
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