AUTOCAR INDIA AUGUST 2013 PDF

Kicking things off in our April issue is an exclusive India review of the soon-to-be-launched Skoda Karoq. Awaiting you in our March issue is a detailed first look at some of the most important new models unveiled at Auto Expo , along with a comprehensive report on all that was on display at the biennial motor show. In our November issue, we bring you an exhaustive list of all the new cars and SUVs that are set to be launched in India in In our October issue, we bring you an India exclusive review of the brand-new Audi A6, which is here after a long wait. To go with those, we have two more exclusive India drives of the all-new Porsche and Aston Martin Vantage. Plus, there is the massive comparison test of midsize

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Kicking things off in our April issue is an exclusive India review of the soon-to-be-launched Skoda Karoq. Awaiting you in our March issue is a detailed first look at some of the most important new models unveiled at Auto Expo , along with a comprehensive report on all that was on display at the biennial motor show.

In our November issue, we bring you an exhaustive list of all the new cars and SUVs that are set to be launched in India in In our October issue, we bring you an India exclusive review of the brand-new Audi A6, which is here after a long wait.

To go with those, we have two more exclusive India drives of the all-new Porsche and Aston Martin Vantage. Plus, there is the massive comparison test of midsize To go with those, we have two more exclusives in the form of an India drive in the Porsche Cayenne e-Hybrid and a spin in the gorgeous Lexus LC In our July issue, we bring you world-exclusive first impressions of the Renault Triber and an India exclusive review of the Porsche Macan facelift.

Plus, we have drives Here are the highlights: Tata Harrier The time India has been waiting for its return, and the time has come. The all-new Hyundai Santro has a lot to live up to, and our drive tells you if it has what it takes to become king once again. Also part of this issue are reviews of the Will it succeed?

Also part In what is certainly going to be one of the biggest launches of , Maruti Suzuki will soon bring in the all-new Ertiga. In addition, the issue also has two comparisons — The April issue features two juicy exclusives!

We have driven the most-awaited Ford in a long time, the Freestyle. The March issue features not one, not two, and not even three, but five exclusive drives! Here are the highlights: New Audi The December issue has a comprehensive list of more than 50 new models expected to launch in India in , first drives of the Mahindra Scorpio facelift and Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo and a detailed test of the Jeep Compass.

Here are the Here are the highlights: Ford EcoSport O Here are the highlights of the month: Land Here are the highlights of the month. We got hold of one before anyone else to Excited about the upcoming, all-new Maruti Swift? We also have a six-car mega shootout between the new Dzire and all its rivals, plenty of test drives, rides and features inside.

Here are the highlights. Made in India for the world, the Compass also feels tailor-made for India. What makes it special? Here are some of the highlights. Hyundai Xcent facelift The hot-selling Xcent has gone under the knife and emerged with a stylish new face, more equipment, and a new and more These are, of course, just some of our stories this month.

Tata Tigor With its third compact sedan, Tata plans on giving the compact sedan segment a much-needed Another packed issue of Autocar India is out on stands. Realising this, Honda is set to bring the Civic back to India in its all-new, high-tech avatar later this year. After spending some exclusive time behind the wheel, we tell you what makes it worth waiting for.

We kick-start with a jam-packed issue. Our final issue for packs in a long list of reviews. The big cover story this month is a first drive of the mighty new Toyota Fortuner. Autocar India wears a brand new look and in our new cars special issue, we tell you all you need to know about the plus spanking new models headed our way in the coming year.

Also inside are reviews of 14 new cars, a low-down on the Paris motor show and the Intermot two-wheelers expo, and plenty more.

Our th issue brings you a comprehensive first look at the India-bound Skoda Kodiaq, where we tell you what this big, seven-seat luxury SUV is all about. Skoda Kodiaq The Czech carmaker recently unveiled its Exclusive Drive: New Hyundai Want to know more? Our drives this month also include the We even In our December issue, we had an in-depth preview of the all-new Toyota Innova. This month, we bring you an exclusive drive of this bigger and bolder MPV. From people movers onto the big, butch players.

Ford's new and enormous Endeavour is put through its paces in a rigorous Autocar road test and that's not all; we also line it up against the new Chevy Trailblazer, the Toyota Fortuner and Also inside is a first drive of the In our November issue, we bring to you a list of over 65 cars that will be hitting our roads in , so make sure you check it out before buying your next car.

We've got a huge collection of stories in our October issue, starting with a drive of the latest generation of, arguably the most popular full-fat luxury SUV, the Audi Q7.

Plus, all the buzz from the Frankfurt Motor Show, new This month, Renault makes a powerful statement with the unveil of its new global city car — the rugged looking Kwid. Plus, we show you how eco-friendly motoring can be fun, and also give you some helpful tips with Chevrolet will finally be bringing its gargantuan Trailblazer SUV to India, but is it a little too late? Renault tasted great success with the Duster, and now the French carmaker is ready with a new model that could very well replicate that success.

We drive the Renault Lodgy to find out if it has all the elements to succeed in the burgeoning MPV segment. We also pit the new There is a lot going on behind the scenes at Tata Motors, and the recently launched Zest and Bolt are just the tip of the iceberg. And for you two-wheeler junkies, Porsche Macan — Porsche seems to Audi is all set to launch its most affordable sedan here soon and we bring you an exclusive drive of this first-of-its-kind compact luxury sedan.

Honda's clever new MPV, the Mobilio, is going to hit Indian showrooms soon, and we've gotten behind its wheel this month to tell you what it's like. The May issue of Autocar India is bursting at its very seams with exciting new stories. Front and centre is Maruti's new S-Cross, which we've driven exclusively this month.

It's an exciting pseudo-SUV with lots of cabin space, but will Indian customers warm up to it? We've also driven a bunch of luxury SUVs, some powerful sportscars, and even a hypercar, and there's also a very exciting The edition of the Auto Expo was bigger and better than ever before, and we have a detailed page report on all the cars, bikes and crazy concepts from India Expo Mart.

The Auto Expo is just around the corner, and we've brought you an exhaustive preview of what you can expect to see at India's biggest motor show. Plus, a full road test of Honda's latest City, plus a comparison test of the new diesel version and its key rivals.

Also, we drive the new Hyundai Santa Fe on one of the best driving roads in the world. Auto Expo preview: This year's So, we decided to test every version of the City — the diesel, the petrol and the automatic - to find out just how much of a leap forward this new Maruti has had some of the best selling models in our market for a considerable period of time.

One of the biggest reasons for this is the fact that the company's products are primarily targeted at the budget segment, the most popular one here.

But now, other manufacturers are catching on and also launching competitive products here. So, Maruti is now readying as many as seven new models for The festive season is right around the corner, and many will want to make a new car purchase at this auspicious time.

Jeep Grand Your favourite car magazine has just turned 14 years old, and boy have we been busy! There are road tests, comparisons, features, analyses, exclusives, scoops, news, and a bit of fun too. August is a month of renaissance. A classic Japanese car brand is reborn, a classic two-seat sportscar is re-envisioned and a classic motorcycle gets a new engine. Luxury cars are getting smaller and cheaper, and we drive two exciting models that are on their way to India soon.

The new E-class meets its three closest rivals, and an Oscar-winning director tells us about his new motorsport We also spend a day Read all about it in the action-packed June issue of Autocar India. Mercedes-Benz A-class Expensive hatchbacks Read all about it in the action-packed May issue of Autocar Exciting new SUVs Our March is the month of the triumphant comeback.

The February issue of your favourite car magazine is loaded with exciting reports, tests and features. The new Range Rover tackles the urban grind of Mumbai, while its little sister, the refreshed Freelander 2 takes on the snowy wilderness of Canada.

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August is a month of renaissance. A classic Japanese car brand is reborn, a classic two-seat sportscar is re-envisioned and a classic motorcycle gets a new engine. Luxury cars are getting smaller and cheaper, and we drive two exciting models that are on their way to India soon. The new E-class meets its three closest rivals, and an Oscar-winning director tells us about his new motorsport movie.

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