Road Test Reviews


5 cool things in the opulent new Hyundai Alcazar

Hyundai’s foray into India’s 7-seater segment was steamrolled largely by the souped-up Creta, christened the Alcazar. But that’s not to say the bigger cousin doesn’t have much more to offer, rather it takes the Creta and stretches it up a notch in almost every corner you see, needless to say, in price as well. The

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Hyundai Venue N Line Review: The sportier SUV

Ever since it entered India, Hyundai has been synonymous with practicality, affordability and a “premium” feeling. While carrying forward these values for more than 26 years, they have carefully been able to balance out their reputation and not have a boring image like some other brands. One of the many hits of Hyundai is the

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Citroen C3 Review: Has the vibe but does the job?

The French have been known to be the quirky lot and that largely holds true in their cars as well. But this isn’t always so terrible. Their cars can be weird, out of the ordinary, sometimes even strange but never boring or run-of-the-mill. The C3 is just another example of that. Right off the bat,

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Kia Carens review: Recreational Renaissance!

Say you are in the market looking for a 7-seater in vicinity of the INR 15Lakh price bracket. Do you want something upmarket? You have the XL6. Looking for something cheaper? Ertiga has got your back. But that’s about where your options end. The Innova? That’s a price bracket upwards. The Alcazar? Well, same thing.

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Volvo S90 : Enchanting drive to Coorg

Road-test review of Volvo S90: Pros: ✅This car being a crowd magnet is an understatement. Literally lost the count of eyeballs that gazed at its pristine beauty ✅Built like a rocket. Tank is too underwhelming. The fit and finish, the door thud, the craftsmanship, everything is just top notch ✅ Barring the C5, this has

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The new Skoda Slavia

Skoda Slavia Review: Czech Crysalis!

The Slavia comes at a time when the Indian market needs a rejuvenation of the sedan market. Carmakers have off late been concentrating on big tall SUVs, fueled by the customer interest. So, why not make more and more of something that people what? And they did: Skoda came out with the Kushaq and Volkswagen

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Honda’s New segment : Urban Explorer CB200x

Honda two-wheelers are famous for platform sharing, earlier it was Unicorn 160 and X-blade which had similar workhorses with different body styles. Honda had launched the cb500x six months ago. On the same soft-roader DNA, Honda is back with another platform sharing plan, and this time it’s derived from the hornet 2.0, welcome the all-new

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Audi Q2 – Pocket Rocket

The Audi Q2 Is Globally positioned below the Q3, Q5 and Q7.  It was the easiest entry ticket to The Lord of the Rings club until recently when the A4 made its debut on Indian shores. The Q2 is based on the VW Group’s scalable MQB platform that’s shared across VW group cars such as

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Maruti Suzuki S Cross – Jack of All Trades

The Maruti Suzuki S-Cross made its debut in the Indian market in 2015. Back then, it was offered two engine options – both types of diesel. The first being the tried and tested 1.3-litre DDiS unit and the second was the more powerful and fun-to-drive 1.6-litre DDiS unit enthusiasts to date. The 1.6-litre version found

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