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The Baleno’s unassuming nature masks its brilliance, and that’s exactly what made it the perfect long-ter...
How is the practical Ford Figo Aspire to live with? The one in our fleet helps us figure it out.
It drives effortlessly and offers a real dash of luxury.
Another Kwid joins our fleet, but this time it’s the more powerful one.
The soft-roader gets initiated into our fleet with two trips to Mahabaleshwar.
The Kwid’s job here is done. We look at what impressed us and what didn’t.
Our Brezza gets a bells and whistles upgrade.
The MPV spent a lot of time with us on the road and we aren’t thrilled to see it go.
The versatile Creta’s final report card is in, and it’s mostly As.
A small glitch aside, Tata’s hatchback is still soldiering on.
Niggling problems aside, the Zest has been a solid workhorse on our intercity trips.
The more we drove it, the more it endeared itself to us.
The new executive sedan has an easy-going character that’s best appreciated in the city.
The oldest long-termer in our fleet chugs along but is now showing signs of wear and tear.
The dependable diesel Maruti became the fuel economy champion during its stay with us.
Eight months and 4,500km later, we got to know the Renault Kwid a little better.
This most in-demand workhorse of our long-term fleet has been munching miles at a superfast rate.
The Ciaz sedan leaves us impressed with its practicality and ease of use in the city.
One of the most recent additions to our long-term fleet, the Tiago, sets a great first impression.
Who needs diesel when you have a ridiculously frugal petrol engine in a super-light car?
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