Benling Kriti electric scooter review: The ease and efficiency of an electric scooter are the two most inviting aspects of them, but I was about to find out for real as I lived with one for a week.
In this review, we try to find out if the new 2.0-litre petrol engine plonked under the hood of the Range Rover Sport takes downsizing a bit too far for a heavy ‘SUV’ and if this is worthy of carrying the ‘Sport’ tag.
New updates, features, a smaller and more refined engine with the convenience of an automatic gearbox, has the V-Cross become a better and easier everyday utility vehicle to live with? We find out.
If ever you are feeling low or want more from your life, take a quick spin in the Mini Cooper S JCW and things will definitely look up. Perhaps momentarily!
There is a new retro cruiser in town and this one has landed straight from Italy. The Benelli Imperiale 400 directly eyes the Classic 350 from Royal Enfield that has been enjoying its monopoly in India for a long time now. So, is the Imperiale 400 good enough to change that?
The Volkswagen Vento TSI petrol facelift may not have much differentiation as far as looks are concerned, but it still delivers on the thrills and at the same time, stays frugal at the fuel pumps too.
While the Volkswagen Polo facelift may have the same mechanicals with a slightly altered face, it still hasn’t lost the fun-to-drive factor.
Does the Skoda Kodiaq Scout bring something new to the table? Is it just a visual makeover of is there more than meets the eye? We answer these and all the other question related to this new variant of Skoda flagship SUV in India in this review.
The petrol MG Hector is a good city as well as highway vehicle, however this review will tell you how it behaves in both the domains and plus the “kitna deti hain?” question too is answered.
There’s nothing out there in the market today like the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso so we drove the automatic and manual versions of the car around Jodhpur to find out if it has what it takes to infuse some life into a declining segment and create a niche.
The Datsun Go and Go+ CVT claimed mileage is better/almost same as the manual versions and this along with the enhanced features should make them tick.
The old Honda Civic showed India that regular family cars can also be extremely fun to drive. Honda says the new one improves on it, but everyone wants an SUV. Here’s why everyone might be wrong.
How well does the on-board creature comforts on the Ford Aspire perform? How practical and user-friendly are the storage spaces on offer? We evaluate this in the second part of our long term review of this sub-compact sedan.
The Renault Triber is a spacious, budget 7-seater that packs in all the modern day goodies, looks good but the 1.0-litre engine could do with a bit more power.
Now we’ve got Indian helmet brands launching new products with one of the latest one being Mavox. We had to try out an IS:4151 standard helmet, so folks at Mavox sent us an FX22.D2P full-face helmet.
Yes, Indian FTR 1200 series is based on the FTR 750 race bike. Unlike the race machine, of course, the FTR 1200 is fitted with brakes upfront and it has a proper seat. So, what is a flat track-bred street bike like to ride?
A 125cc higher-strung motor in a familiar big bike styling is a genius by Bajaj and one that will ensure that they have a significant market share.
Royal Enfield Interceptor INT 650 Road Test Review: We’d already admitted that the new 650cc parallel twin is superb, but how good is the Interceptor 650 with long-distance touring and fuel efficiency? We found out.
The XUV300 AMT is perhaps one of the best in the business and promises to deliver fuel efficiency, easy city driveability as well as highway cruising capabilities.
Does the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios get what it takes to take the fight to the Swift and what are its pros and cons? Read on to find out.
The eighth-generation Toyota Camry Hybrid arrived in India in January, while the numbers may seem impressive, in the midst of its like-for-like competitors we find out what it is like to drive one in the real world.
Suzuki Gixxer, Gixxer SF Review: The 150cc sports-oriented bikes in Suzuki’s lineup have gained substantial popularity in India over the years. The two have been updated for the year 2019. But naked or fully-faired. Which one to go for?
Revolt RV400 Review: The era of electric mobility may have just begun as now the Indian two-wheeler market has all-electric products. But what is an electric motorcycle to ride like? Is it comparable to a conventional bike? Find out with us.
The Maruti XL6 is a breath of fresh air when it comes to premium six-seater multi purpose vehicles in the country and its excellent at what it is designed to do.
What happens when you take nine Tata UVs including Hexa and Harrier and put them on the road to the world’s highest motorable road? Come, witness, how this epic journey unfolded over a course of 10 days.
Kia Seltos comes to India at a time when the auto industry is going through a massive setback in terms of sales. Based on an already perfected formula i.e. the Hyundai Creta, can the Kia Seltos make its mark and kickstart an all-new brand in India? Read our Kia Seltos review from the roads of Goa to find out!
The Audi A5 is one of the best looking and also one of the best driving cars money can buy in India. And here’s why!