It’s stylish, it’s practical and it’s a petrol-AMT. We are off to a good start.
The Swift is adding a bit of colour to an otherwise boring commute but some glitches have cropped up.
18,000km on our long-term Hyundai and it still feels as tight as a drum; no rattles, no shakes.
The Kwid leaves our fleet after serving us well for 18 months.
The Hexa earns itself a diehard fan for a long list of reasons.
Mumbai’s roads are in shambles but the Compass emerges unscathed.
The Tucson proved to be a great travel companion on a family trip to Goa.
What’s the ideal car for a 1,500km, week-long road trip to Goa? Surely not a compact sedan with a petrol engine...
Our Nexon proves to be a natural on Mumbai’s flooded streets.
A task as gargantuan as shifting house requires a specific set of skills that only a Lodgy Stepway possesses.
A long stint in Mumbai proved how well-suited the Elantra is to the cut and thrust of city traffic. But it’s th...
The latest joinee in the Autocar fleet has made a mark, particularly so on one of us.
Will the Captur continue to impress as we pile on the miles, or will its many quirks get the better of it? We give it...
This little car manages to put our reservations to rest.
The easy-to-drive and practical Honda emerges a better family car than an SUV.
Our long-term Abarth has been tweaked and it gets even more power; it’s a proper hot hatch now.
Our long-termer took on every job with gusto and looked good doing so.
Autocar’s Car of the Year joins the fleet; will familiarity lessen or broaden its appeal?
Tucson continues to be our favourite pick, so much so that it was part of a wedding party.
It’s an efficient and practical city commuter, but some flaws have begun to surface.
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