Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 234  |  Autocar India: February 2019

Our February issue features an India-exclusive drive of the BMW X4, a close look at the all-new Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, an exhaustive road test of the Mahindra Alturas G4, and a comparison between the Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur. Also part of this issue are reviews of the Jaguar F-Pace 25t petrol, Triumph Scrambler 1200 and a battle between three exciting bikes that cost less than Rs 3 lakh. Here are the highlights:

Half four-door coupe, half-SUV – the X4 aims to follow in the footsteps of its successful bigger sibling, the X6. Just how good is it?

New Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
In every department, the new-gen Wagon R has grown up – be it in terms of size, features or engines.

Kicks vs Creta vs Captur
Is Nissan’s latest SUV good enough to beat the reigning midsize SUV champion, the Hyundai Creta? Throw its cousin from Renault into the picture, and things become really interesting...

Mahindra Alturas G4
We put Mahindra’s most expensive car ever through our comprehensive road test to see just how well it fares in real-world conditions.

Mercedes-Benz India turns 25
We wind back the clock to chart the three-pointed star’s journey in India.

Visiting the Hot Wheels design studio
Take a peek inside the Hot Wheels studio, where car dreams come to life.

2018 Autocar Performance Show report
Check out all that was on display at the biggest edition yet of Mumbai’s most popular auto show.

Triumph Scrambler 1200
This is more than just a tougher-looking Bonneville – the Scrambler 1200 is a thrill-a-minute bike.

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 vs KTM 390 Duke vs Kawasaki Ninja 300
Which is the most fun bike you can buy for under Rs 3 lakh? We pit RE’s hot new 650cc twin against two rivals that are different in character but cost roughly the same.


Articles in this issue

A look back on 25 years of Mercedes in India
Buying a new bike within a Rs 3-6 lakh budget
Buying used: (2014-2019) Mercedes C-class
Next-gen Mahindra Thar to get new 2.0-litre diesel engine
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 long term review, first report
Run To The Hills: Pachmarhi
Sponsored Feature: Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Autocar India Car of the Year 2019
Toyota bets on body-on-frame construction
Upgrading the tyres and engine oil on a TVS Apache RTR 160 4V
Why you should know Manvendra Singh of Barwani

About Autocar India Magazine

Autocar India is the country's leading authority for car and motorbike buyers.

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

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.