Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 230  |  Autocar India: October 2018

Are you looking to buy a new car but want to wait for what’s around the corner? We bring you an extensive list of new cars, SUVs, MPVs, sportscars and EVs that are all set to be launched in the coming months in our October issue. There’s also a mighty face-off between two people-carriers – the Mahindra Marazzo and the current-gen Maruti Ertiga. Also part of this issue are reviews of the Honda CR-V, the Mercedes-Benz C-class facelift, all-new Jeep Wrangler and more. Here are the highlights:

New Cars 2019
Looking to buy a new car? Hold on to that cheque, for the coming year will see the arrival of a number of new offerings – from hatchbacks and sedans to a slew of SUVs, and even some electric vehicles!

Mahindra Marazzo vs Maruti Ertiga
Can the promising Mahindra Marazzo make a case for the premium it demands over the popular, value-for-money Maruti Suzuki Ertiga? We find out.

Lexus ES
The seventh-generation ES 300h petrol hybrid sedan looks sharper and feels plusher than before. We tell you what’s it like to drive.

Mercedes C-class facelift
A midlife update for the popular luxury sedan adds modernity and a 245hp, BS VI-compliant diesel engine.

New Jeep Wrangler
We take on the famed Rubicon Trail in the United States in the India-bound 2018 Jeep Wrangler. How well will it fare?

Jaguar F-Type P300
Following the recent facelift, the Jaguar F-type now also gets a smaller, 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine. Can it still deliver a big punch?

2018 Pebble Beach Concours
It’s that Sunday of the year when the golf carts at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in California give way to vehicles a whole lot more glamorous. We bring you the gorgeous cars on display at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Kawasaki Ninja 300
The baby Ninja now gets ABS and a massive price cut, thanks to localisation. But does that mean a drop in quality levels? We investigate.

Ducati Monster 821
The Monster 821 returns, this time, with some more goodies in store. Is that enough to keep it relevant?

TVS Ntorq SXR
A scooter with over 20hp and knobby off-road tyres must be a whole lot of fun, yes? Yes! We’ve tried out TVS’ rally scooter and have plenty to say about it. 

 

Articles in this issue

Review
2017 Hyundai Tucson long term review, fifth report
Review
2018 Jaguar F-Type P300 review, test drive
Review
2018 Mahindra Marazzo review, road test
Review
2018 Mahindra Marazzo vs Maruti Suzuki Ertiga comparison
Feature
2018 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance feature
Review
2018 Yamaha FZ25 long term review, third report
Feature
Buying Used: Mercedes-Benz A-class
News
Every new Hyundai for the next five years
Feature
Ford GT Heritage Edition: A close look
News
New cars for 2019: Upcoming hatchbacks
News
New cars for 2019: Upcoming hybrid and electric vehicles
News
New cars for 2019: Upcoming MPVs
News
New cars for 2019: Upcoming sedans
News
New cars for 2019: Upcoming sportscars
Feature
Nissan Desert Drive Experience
Feature
Rally-spec TVS Ntorq SXR ride experience
Feature
Setting an example in the Hyundai i20 Active
Feature
Sponsored Feature: Maruti Suzuki Dakshin Dare 2018
News
Upcoming cars in India: New SUV launches in 2019
Feature
World Rally Championship: Rally Turkey Experience

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