We’ve got an exclusive drive of the new baby sedan in the Audi range, the very impressive A3 on Indian roads. Two mid-size sedans were given facelifts and shown at the Auto Expo earlier this year – and this month we’ve driven them both – the Ford Fiesta and the Nissan Sunny. The ML 63 AMG takes on the original sports SUV – the Porsche Cayenne – in a battle of the brutes. The best in luxury becomes more frugal, as we test the much anticipated diesel version of the S-class. The new BMW X5 has also been given our extensive road test treatment, and we have also pitted it against the Audi Q7 to see which one emerges victorious. Join us in saying a teary good bye to the Ambassador after 60 years in production. In the bikes section, we have ridden the new Speed Triple from Triumph and the BMW S1000R. All this and lots more in the July 2014 issue of Autocar India.
The exciting world of cars, brought alive in Autocar India’s engaging stories and features, has made it a ‘must-read’ magazine for anyone interested in cars. Autocar India’s exhaustive and authoritative road tests, true to the heritage of its parent title, are the best in the business. Over the years, Autocar India has grown from being just a car magazine to a comprehensive ‘car expert’ brand. Autocar India is, by far, India’s best-selling car magazine with a readership that is more than double its nearest rival. But it’s not numbers alone that make Autocar India the country’s best car magazine. Since its first issue back in September 1999, it has regularly been the first with the news and has earned an enviable reputation for breaking stories before any other media.