Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 214  |  Autocar India: June 2017

This June, Autocar India is jam-packed with exclusive drives of the Jeep Compass, the all-new SsangYong Rexton, India’s only Porsche 911 R, the new Maruti Dzire and plenty more. Here are the highlights.

Jeep Compass
The Compass is the Jeep we’ve all been waiting for. Made in India for the world, the Compass also feels tailor-made for India. What makes it special? We’ve got all the details.   

New SsangYong Rexton
The all-new SsangYong Rexton is a big departure from the one it replaces. We got a chance to take this big, burly SUV for a spin, to find out if it has the makings of a worthy Toyota Fortuner rival.

Porsche 911 R
With a naturally aspirated flat-six and a manual transmission, the R is a 911 for the purist. There’s only one in India and we got behind the wheel. It’s just as good as you’d imagined!

New Maruti Dzire
The third-gen Dzire is out. What’s new and does it have the ingredients to draw in even more buyers than the last one did?

New Ford GT
Like the original from the '60s, the new GT is Ford’s Le Mans weapon. Ford’s now ready with a road-going version that’s stonking fast and how! We’ve driven it on the road and on a racetrack. 

Isuzu MU-X vs Ford Endeavour
The MU-X is Isuzu’s replacement for the MU-7. It is well priced but can it take the fight to the best in class – the Ford Endeavour? Read all about how the giants fared in our shootout.

Bobber fight: Triumph vs Moto Guzzi
Bobbers symbolise retro cool. How well do Triumph and Moto Guzzi’s own bobbers stick to the template?


Articles in this issue

Honda Navi long term review, third report

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