Honda's Mobilio will be the carmaker's first MPV in India. The stylish Mobilio is a fresh take on the otherwise dull MPV segment, and we got behind the wheel of the new Honda to see if it's as good as it looks. We also put Toyota's claims of turning out 'exciting, fun cars' to the test with the new Corolla Altis. Is it as good as it looks? Also, we pit two cosmetically enhanced pseudo-SUVs – the Toyota Etios Cross and Volkswagen Cross Polo – against each other. In our other comparison, two luxury sedans fight it out – the facelifted Volvo S60 and BMW 3-series. In our supercar special, we've tested three of the most exciting cars on sale today - LaFerrari, Lamborghini Huracán and the McLaren P1 - that's a whopping amount of horsepower! Speaking of power, we got a proper taste of Mercedes AMG's latest launch in India, the ML 63 and the soon-to-be-launched baby boomer, the CLA 45 AMG. Another Mercedes that's setting a real benchmark is the striking new C-class. Mercedes-Benz has really stepped up its game. Also, we've tested two versions of the facelifted A8, the standard car and its formidable, armoured version, the A8L Security. On two wheels this month, we road tested Honda's new big-hearted Activa 125 and got astride British bike maker Triumph's Street Triple. We also journeyed through the kingdom of Bhutan on a Royal Enfield and went on a mango trail with Harley-Davidson's new made-in-India Street 750. All this and much more in another action packed 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.