Autocar India Magazine

Issue: 259  |  Autocar India: March 2021

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Our March 2021 issue is headlined by two new stylish French SUVs – the Citroen C5 Aircross and the Renault Kiger. Reviews of the Maruti Swift facelift, Mercedes-Benz A-class Limousine, updated Toyota Fortuner and new Jawa FortyTwo, Autocar India’s annual Track Day event, and road tests of the Tata Altroz iTurbo and Aprilia SXR 160 are also in this issue. Along with this, we have numerous reviews, features and news stories you’ll enjoy. Here’s what to expect:

Citroen C5 Aircross

The upcoming C5 Aircross is a fresh take on the premium SUV formula.

Renault Kiger

Renault’s stylish Kiger is ready to set new value for money paradigm.

Mercedes-Benz A-class Limousine

We drive all the powertrain options of the new entry point to the three-pointed star, the A-class Limousine.

Maruti Swift facelift

For 2021, the Swift gets a minor cosmetic update, a bit more kit and a more powerful but frugal engine.

2021 Toyota Fortuner, Legender

Is the refreshed Fortuner, and the new stylish Legender variant, worth the premium you pay for them?

BMW M340i

The 3 Series now comes with BMW’s sweet straight-six engine, making it an even more compelling package.

2021 Volkswagen Polo Cup car

This definitely isn’t your average Polo – in fact, the 230hp 2021 Polo Cup car is even quicker than previous iterations, as we found out.

Tata Altroz iTurbo

Our comprehensive road test of the Altroz turbo-petrol reveals just how much of an improvement it is over the standard petrol model.

Autocar Track Day 2021

We head to the Madras Motor Race Track with Narain Karthikeyan and a selection of the most fun cars launched in recent months.

2021 Jawa FortyTwo

Relatively small changes have made a rather noticeable difference to the retro-bike.

Yamaha FZ25 vs Suzuki Gixxer 250

We tell you which Japanese-made naked 250cc bike is right for you.

Ducati Multistrada 950 S

Ducati’s adventure bike gets a raft of upgrades that make it more desirable but also more expensive.


Articles in this issue

How semi-conductor shortages slammed the brakes on car production.
Hyundai i20 Turbo iMT long term review, first report
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace long term review, second report

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