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First SUV from Fiat: Avventura @ Rs. 5.99 L

Italian car maker Fiat on Tuesday launched its first utility vehicle Avventura with a starting price of Rs. 5,99,064 for the entry-level petrol variant, going up to Rs. 8,17,065 for the topof-the-line diesel version.

BMW's Active Hybrid 7 reviewed

BMW's luxury limousine gets an interesting petrol-electric hybrid variant.

Mahindra's Gusto reviewed

Mahindra Two-Wheelers have just launched their all-new scooter – the Gusto – built for Indian and international markets, and first introduced here in India. It is created from the ground up and developed completely in-house by Mahindra Two-Wheelers R&D division

New BMW X5 reviewed

When the wraps were taken off the first X5 (E53) in 1999, it was clear that BMW had injected its sporty DNA into a not-so-sporty, SUV body style. It was built to be the sportiest SUV around ground-up.

Mercedes-Benz's GLA 200 India review

In the luxury SUV space, Mercedes has a huge void below the Rs. 55 lakh ML 250 CDI in which rivals like Audi, BMW, Land Rover and even Volvo have swooped in with smaller and cheaper SUVs.

Audi's Q3 35 TDI Quattro Dynamic reviewed

A little more bling and adjustable suspension place the Dynamic at the top of the Audi Q3 range.

In pics: Classic car parade in Mexico sets world record

Classic car enthusiasts have broken a Guinness world record for the biggest parade of its sort, lining up 1,721 shining Mustangs and Cadillacs as well as cheerily decorated Volkswagen Beetles.

Yeti 2.0: a good thing, but pricey

Skoda may have repeated its pricing folly from the first time round

Renault eyes 5% market share, launches AWD Duster at Rs. 11.9 L

French carmaker Renault on Wednesday said it hopes to garner a marketshare of at least 5% in the domestic market within the next 3 years.

Lamborghini drives in Huracan @ Rs. 3.4 cr

Italian supercar maker Lamborghini on Monday launched its new sports car, the Huracan, at a sticker price of Rs. 3.43 crore.

Merc launches GLA Class in India at Rs. 32.75 lakh

German luxury carmaker Mercedes Benz on Tuesday launched its most affordable sports utility vehicle, the GLA class, at a starting price of Rs. 32.75 lakh, filling a big gap in its product portfolio.

Suzuki Gixxer: Suave surprise

Japanese co has a lot riding on the bike’s slender frame. Will it hold up?

BMW's X3 facelift reviewed

This may be the facelifted X3 but in India it’s playing a larger role as the launch vehicle for BMW’s latest 2-litre diesel engine.

Maruti's Ciaz reviewed

We take a quick spin in both the petrol and diesel versions of the all-new Maruti Ciaz, which goes on sale next month.

Skoda's Yeti facelift reviewed

Skoda’s urban SUV is back with a cleaner look and a bit more equipment.
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