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  • Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 review

    What is it? Royal Enfield’s most powerful and polished motorcycle yet. Design & Build The Interceptor is a typical British modern classic – retro and understated. It looks like a mini Triumph Bonneville and that’s a good thing. The rear look is particularly interesting with that dual exhaust design. However, I do believe that a […]


  • Honda Civic petrol CVT review

    What is it? The 10th-generation model of one of the world’s favourite sedans. But is it even relevant in this new age of SUVs? Design & Build While the new Civic just isn’t as futuristic as the 8th-generation model was way back in 2006, it’s still a cool looking car nonetheless. It’s long, wide and […]


  • Jawa review

    What is it? A cult motorcycle reborn. Granted, it’s no longer owned by the original Czech Republic-based company, but its new owner (Mahindra-owned Classic Legends) has done its best to retain the iconic vibe of the original motorcycle. Design & Build Simply called as the ‘Jawa’, it looks strikingly identical to the legacy models of […]


  • Hyundai Creta diesel automatic review

    What is it? The diesel automatic version of India’s best-selling 4-metre+ compact SUV. Engine & Gearbox The version of the Creta here comes with a 1.6-litre diesel engine that’s mated to a 6-speed torque converter gearbox. The automatic gearbox also comes with manual mode which can be operated via the gear lever. There are no […]


  • Hyundai Verna 1.6 diesel review

    What is it? Hyundai’s third-gen Verna, which at least on paper, is the most powerful diesel mid-size saloon. It also is dimensionally larger than its predecessor and is one of the most stylish cars you can buy under Rs 15 lakh. Design & Build The Hyundai Verna looks like a mini Elantra and that’s a […]


  • Toyota Fortuner 4×4 review

    Toyota Fortuner is one of the most well-established SUV brands in India. Toyota sells between 1,500-2,000 Fortuners every month, a figure that can put many affordable hatchbacks to shame, including Toyota’s very own Etios Liva! First launched in 2009, the first-gen Fortuner became immediately successful for its imposing design, and later on, for its bulletproof […]