Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 233  |  Autocar India: January 2019

Our January 2019 issue features a drive of the Tata Harrier, India-spec Nissan Kicks, Audi e-tron, Maserati Levante Trofeo, Volkswagen Touareg and a comparison between the Mini Countryman and Volvo XC40. Also part of this issue are reviews of the new Mercedes-Benz CLS and BMW 3 Series, and previews of the Mahindra XUV300 and new Porsche 911. Here are the highlights:

Tata Harrier
The time for talk is over – the Harrier is finally here. Can it live up to the hype?

Nissan Kicks
With the Kicks, Nissan is setting foot in a segment dominated by Hyundai. We find out if this new India-spec model can take the battle to the Creta.

Audi e-tron
Audi's first attempt at making an all-electric SUV is an impressive one for number of reasons. We list them all out after a drive.

New BMW 3 Series
It's said to be more of a driver's car than every 3 before it, but is the new 3 Series really all it's made out to be? Our review tells all.

Maserati Levante Trofeo
Another super-SUV joins the fray! We drive the Ferrari V8-engined Levante Trofeo in Japan.

Mahindra XUV300
Soon, the Vitara Brezza and Nexon will have competition from Mahindra. We tell you all you need to know about the baby XUV.

Mini Countryman vs Volvo XC40
Each of these quirky compact luxury SUVs have something unique to offer but which is the one to pick? We find out.

Porsche 911 preview
We head to the official unveil of the 992 gen 911 to bring you all the details.

1,00,000km in a 911
You won't believe it at first, but there really is a 911 that's used as a daily... yes, in India! We meet the special car and its owner.

Breaking the BIC production car lap record in a 911 GT3
Here's how Narain Karthikeyan smashed the production car lap record at the Buddh in his Porsche 911 GT3.

Jawa and Forty-Two review
Yes, they evoke nostalgia, but just how good are the new Jawas to ride? We bring you the full review.

Ducati Panigale V4
It's incredible on the racetrack. Now it's time to find out if the Panigale V4 can be an effective superbike on Indian roads

Kawasaki Versys-X 300 vs BMW G 310 GS vs Royal Enfield Himalayan
Here are three real options for someone wanting an affordable, small-capacity adventure-tourer. Which is the one to pick? We ride them all to bring you the answer.

 

Articles in this issue

Review
2017 Maruti Suzuki Dzire long term review, final report
Review
2018 Maruti Suzuki Swift long term review, final report
Feature
2018 Shell Eco-Marathon India report
Review
2018 TVS Radeon long term review, first report
Feature
2018: Year in review
Review
Audi e-tron review, test drive
Feature
Braking issues on a Suzuki Gixxer
Feature
Buying a five-seater SUV between Rs 15-20 lakh
Feature
Buying an SUV before the implementation of the BS-VI norms
Feature
Choosing between a Jeep Compass and Hyundai Creta
Feature
Choosing between a Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Baleno and Renault Duster
Feature
Choosing between the Ducati Monster 821 and Kawasaki Z900
Feature
Choosing between the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Jawa Perak
Review
Himalayan vs G 310 GS vs Versys-X 300 comparison
Feature
Looking for a fuel-efficient commuter motorcycle
Feature
Looking for a grand tourer with a Rs 1.5 crore budget
Feature
Looking for a performance-focused 125cc scooter
Feature
Looking to buy a premium diesel SUV
Feature
Looking to buy an easy to maintain 125cc scooter
Review
Maserati Levante Trofeo review, test drive
Review
Maserati Levante Trofeo video review
Feature
Me and My Cars: T.T. Raghu
Review
Mini Countryman vs Volvo XC40 comparison
Review
Porsche Macan facelift review, test drive
Feature
Questions regarding a Kawasaki Ninja 650
Feature
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650: Worth the wait?
Feature
Run To The Hills: Yercaud
Feature
Sponsored Feature: The making of the new Hyundai Santro
Feature
Upgrading to a higher capacity adventure bike
Feature
Upgrading tyres on a Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
Feature
Using a Porsche 911 as a daily driver

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