Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 210  |  Autocar India: February 2017

New Honda Civic 

A Honda line-up without a Civic is like pizza without cheese. Realising this, Honda is set to bring the Civic back to India in its all-new, high-tech avatar later this year. After spending some exclusive time behind the wheel, we tell you what makes it worth waiting for.

Maruti Ignis
Stylish, fun, pricey, quirky – these aren’t words you’d traditionally associate with a Maruti. But now, we have the funky little Ignis, that’s nothing like anything we’ve previously seen from the carmaker. Our first drive tells you what it’s all about. 

Bajaj Dominar 400
Enthusiasts have long been waiting for Bajaj’s brand spanking new flagship. It’s got the looks, it’s got all the oomph, and then there’s that attractive ex-showroom price tag of Rs 1.5 lakh. But what’s it like to ride?

Tata Hexa vs Mahindra XUV500
The Safari and Scorpio have long been sworn enemies. Now, with the brand new Hexa, Tata plans to take on the more premium XUV500. Which between these two homegrown giants is the better seven-seat SUV?

India to Paris in a Kwid
Last month, we brought you the first leg of our journey from India to Paris in a Renault Kwid, where we braved the roads through Myanmar and China. This time, read about how we drove the little hatch through freezing Russia and Germany before reaching Renault HQ in Paris.

Autocar Awards 2017
2016 saw more new car and bike launches than ever before. But which ones truly stood out and made an impact? Our expert jury stepped up to the task of finding out just that. Any guesses on who won our prestigious awawrds for Car and Bike of the Year 2017?

2017 Dakar Rally
The Dakar Rally has been the proving ground for every off-roader worth their salt. This year, however, the weather played spoilsport and made it even more excruciating. We bring you a first-hand account this month.


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