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Yeti 2.0: a good thing, but pricey

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

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.

When BMW does an electric act

Thanks to the electric support, a smaller petrol engine does not mean much less power, while mileage has increased. Is this the future?

Mahindra's new e2o reviewed

Driving the Mahindra e2o has always been an exercise in concentration for me.

Merc’s SUV GLA set for Sept 30 India launch

German luxury carmaker Mercedes Benz will launch its entry-level SUV GLA on September 30 with a petrol and diesel variant.

2014 Toyota Corolla Altis reviewed

This 11th-generation Corolla is the most evolved in recent history and the focus (at least on the outside) is clearly on dumping the ‘boring’ tag.

BMW launches new X3 priced up to Rs. 49.9 lakh

German luxury carmaker BMW today launched the updated version of its sports utility vehicle X3 priced up to Rs. 49.9 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Hyundai's Elite i20 reviewed

Hyundai's bigger, bolder i20 certainly looks the part. We're in Jodhpur to tell you what it's like to drive.

The i20 gets a bold makeover

Though not class-leading in ride or performance, it’s possibily the best package

Giant set to bring Rs. 10.6-lakh cycle to India

Top bike maker Giant is set to bring the world’s fastest bicycle, Propel Advanced SL 0, to India at a sticker price that will put a Harley Davidson to shame — Rs. 10.6 lakh.

Triumph's Tiger 800XC

Adventure bikes are all about conquering terrains rather comfortably.

Hyundai’s SUV to take on Duster, EcoSport

India’s second largest carmaker Hyundai has said it is planning to launch its first compact SUV to compete with Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster next year and has put the project on high priority.

Tata's new Zest reviewed

With the Zest, Tata wants to claw back lost ground from Maruti, Hyundai and Honda in the crucial sub-4 metre sedan segment it first created.
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