Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 238  |  Autocar India: June 2019

In our June 2019 issue, we bring you India exclusive reviews of the Hyundai Venue and the new-gen BMW X5. Plus, we have drives of the Maruti Suzuki Alto facelift, new BMW Z4, Mini John Cooper Works, Mahindra TUV300 facelift, a face-off involving the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Tata Tiago JTP and the Ford Figo facelift, our road test of the new Honda Civic and a full preview of the MG Hector, to go with our reviews of the Honda CB300R, Hero Xpulse 200 and more juicy news from the industry and features you’ll enjoy reading. Here are the highlights:

Hyundai Venue
The first-ever sub-four metre SUV from Hyundai has arrived. Is the Hyundai Venue the compact SUV you’ve been waiting for? We find out.

New BMW X5
Now in its fourth generation, the BMW X5 has grown in size and scale of abilities. We get behind the wheel for an exclusive drive.

Maruti Suzuki Alto facelift
India’s bestselling car has received a major upgrade, and is now powered by a BS6-compliant petrol engine.

New BMW Z4
The new generation of BMW’s stylish roadster has been a long time coming, and we’ve finally sampled it.

Mahindra TUV300 facelift
A mid-life update promises to inject freshness into the Mahindra TUV300.

Kia Soul EV
With a range of 453 kilometres on a full charge, the all-new Kia Soul EV holds plenty of promise.

New Honda Civic road test
We bring you all the real-world performance and fuel-efficiency figures + our final verdict on the new Honda Civic.

Maruti Suzuki Swift vs Tata Tiago JTP vs Ford Figo facelift
Which is the most fun hatchback you can buy for under Rs 9 lakh? We answer the question.

MG Hector - Preview
We bring you a detailed preview of what you can expect from MG Motor’s first SUV for India, the Hector.

Honda CB300R
The wait has been a long one, but Honda’s 300cc platform has finally made its debut in India with the CB300R.

Hero XPulse 200 and 200T
At last, Hero’s small-capacity adventure bikes have arrived. Just how good are they?

KTM 125 Duke vs Aprilia SR 125
Pitting two of the coolest two-wheelers a college-goer in India can buy – the KTM 125 Duke and the Aprilia SR 150 – against each other.


Articles in this issue

2018 TVS Radeon long term review, second report
2019 BMW X5 India review, test drive
2019 Honda CR-V long term review, first report
2019 Hyundai Santro long term review, second report
Buying used: (2016-2019) Volkswagen Ameo
Ford Figo vs Tata Tiago JTP vs Maruti Suzuki Swift comparison
Hometown Hero - Mango Run in a Renault Duster
Mahindra Adventure Feature: In the Land of the Pharaohs
Me and My Cars: Cyres Mehta
Special Feature: Ones and zeroes - Renault & Formula One
Sponsored Feature: Kia - The Power of Design
X1 Racing League: All you need to know

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