Tata's new hatchback, the Bolt, reviewed

The Bolt is Tata’s newest hatchback on the X1 platform. The successor to the Vista, the carmaker’s new big hatch comes with an all-new exterior, an all-new interior and a new turbo-petrol engine too.

Fiat's Abarth 595 Competizione reviewed

Abarth 595 Competizione – the name boldly implies that it has a lot more zing than the 500 Abarth we drove in 2012 or the Nuovo 500 of 2008.

Gentle breeze to a stormy ride, in the blink of an eye

Spanish for hurricane, the Italian supercar maker’s latest offering is almost a practical car

Volkswagen's new Passat reviewed

Big, very comfortable, luxuriously equipped and seriously capable, the Passat is a car that has been getting progressively more successful with every generation. The new, eighth-generation car is now one of the most successful Volkswagens around and is a car that is even more luxurious than the one it replaces.

Datsun Go+ reviewed

It’s called the Go+, and as it says on the tin, this new MPV is basically a Go with a little something extra.

Mercedes AMG-GT reviewed

It may not have the iconic gullwing doors or the raw power of its predecessor, but the AMG GT feels more refined and better engineered than the SLS.

Duster now good for off-roading too

Renault’s SUV has little competition as an all-rounder for the city as well as the occasional foray into the wilds

BMW's new M4 India review

The renowned M3 badge may be alive and kicking to refer to the ‘M’ version of the latest generation of BMW’s 3-series sedan but for all intents and purposes, it is this car – the new M4 – which is the real successor to the legendary BMW M3 Coupé.

Avventura: Evo, with some frills

Fiat’s new compact UV can make you stand out, nothing more

Mahindra gives its Scorpio more venom

M&M’s staple SUV gets a new look; though not pathbreaking, it will retain its customer base

Alto K10 gets the automatic edge

Maruti’s best-seller gets an auto gearbox option, leaves competition behind

A serious shot from Maruti

The Ciaz is Maruti’s third attempt at cracking the mid-size sedan segment — an area that is not its traditional forte.

Mercedes-Benz S-class S 350 CDI L tested

In our road test of the Mercedes-Benz S 500 L six months ago, we established that it had moved the goalposts for luxury cars in its class – and the class above – and that there really was some credence in calling it ‘the best car in the world’.
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