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    Our cover story for the November 2022 issue of Autocar India features the 7-seat Mercedes-Benz GLB, and we also have an exclusive drive of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. We compare the Tata Punch against its latest rival, the Citroen C3, and drive the new Porsche 911 GT3 RSLamborghini Urus PerformanteAston Martin DBX 707 and the Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport.

    We’ve tested the new Hero Vida V1 ProJawa 42 BobberKawasaki Ninja 400 and Bajaj CT 125X. Flip to our motorsports page to read more about Max Verstappen’s second championship title. 

    Mercedes Benz GLB

    Autocar India exclusively drives the Mercedes-Benz GLB, which will be India's most affordable luxury 7-seater SUV. Read more about it in this month’s issue. 

    Jeep Grand Cherokee

    We also have an exclusive drive of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee, which will be the flagship product for the American SUV manufacturer in India and will be assembled locally. We take a closer look. 

    OLX pre-owned car resale value study

    A joint study between Autocar India and OLX Autos analyses the resale value of each car and SUV to help you understand how they depreciate. 

    Porsche 911 GT3 RS

    Porsche’s latest track-focused car with a number plate concentrates heavily on aerodynamics. We drive the 911 GT3 RS around the Silverstone circuit in the UK to see how it fares. 

    Tata Punch vs Citroen C3

    The sub-compact SUV segment is booming and in one corner we have the segment leader, the Tata Punch, and in the other, its latest entrant – the Citroen C3. Who will win the fight?

    Mahindra XUV300 TurboSport

    The enthusiasts have a new SUV to be excited about. Does the XUV300 TGDi have what it takes to please the petrolheads?

    Lamborghini Urus Performante

    Is Lamborghini's latest super-SUV worthy of the Performante nameplate, one that is reserved for fast and agile Raging Bulls? We find out on a circuit and an off-road course. 

    Aston Martin DBX 707

    We drove the Aston Martin DBX 707 in Italy earlier this year but it's now time to find out how the 707hp super-SUV feels like on Indian roads. 

    Hero Vida V1 Pro

    Hero may have been late to the electric scooter party and its Vida V1 Pro is priced on the higher side. Does it have what it takes to shake the two-wheeler EV market?

    Jawa 42 Bobber

    Jawa’s latest ‘Factory Custom’ motorcycle is based on its most popular model – the 42. Read on to see how this bobber fares as a practical motorcycle. 

    Kawasaki Ninja 400

    The Ninja 400 is back in a BS6-compliant avatar after a hiatus of two years. We ride it to see if its higher price tag can justify what it offers.

    Bajaj CT 125X

    Bajaj’s latest 125cc commuter is a rugged motorcycle that's offered at a price of a 100cc bike. Does it have what it takes to fight its rivals?

    Max Verstappen’s second championship title

    The Dutchman clinched his second consecutive world title. Verstappen has also set a record for most wins in a single Formula 1 season.

    About Autocar India Magazine

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    Having pioneered road testing in India, its road test verdicts are the last word on new cars and bikes. Its monthly content of exclusive news, features and riveting stories continues to be unrivalled.

    Autocar India is lauded for its high level of editorial content and production standards, and the magazine is complemented by its website AutocarIndia.com.

    Autocar India pioneered the concept of advertorials in India, conceptualised and created by the in-house Special Projects team. The magazine also has the biggest and liveliest classified services section of any monthly motoring magazine.

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