Honda road test reviews
Honda’s second-gen Amaze is now available in a mildly refreshed avatar, retaining much of the same qualities we've always loved it for. This spin should be quick and sweet then
Does the updated WR-V cut the mustard in a segment populated by popular sub-4m stalwarts?
A new Honda City always has us buzzing with excitement and expectations. Does the fifth generation bring with it a refreshing premium change?
This author’s next three months are going to be exciting thanks to the arrival of the Honda Civic diesel in the long term car fleet
Back after a long wait of six years, does the Honda Civic offer the right blend of practicality and performance to be your everyday executive sedan?
Skoda’s Octavia has been acing the D-segment sedan game for years now. Has it met its match in Honda’s Civic?
It’s wearing a nameplate that has a cult following. Honda can’t really afford to mess this up, and they haven’t.
The Honda CR-V had a cult following in India. It was the ultimate Honda for our country as it offered a blend of an SUV-like stance and ground clearance, yet was very car-like to drive. The only thing that pulled it back were the thirsty petrol engines and the ever-increasing fuel prices. But Honda
Does the first-ever 7-seat Honda CR-V pack enough to revive the nameplate's sales figures in India?
The new Honda Amaze has been tailor made to take over the sub-4m segment, unlike earlier, when sub-4m sedans seemed like an afterthought. But is it everything you’d Dzire?
Honda’s big hatch gets a small update. Is there more to it than a rejigged features list?
Back in 2013, the Amaze ushered in the company’s first diesel engine to the diesel-hungry Indian market. Soon, the second-gen Amaze will debut the first-ever diesel-CVT combination in the country. So we find out if the diesel-CVT is as good as Honda claims it, and if the Amaze has become better over
The mix of practicality and appeal of compact SUVs can be seen in the success of Maruti’s Vitara Brezza. Can Honda’s Jazz-based WR-V offer a more enticing package?
In a nation that is obsessed with rough and tough vehicles, Honda brings us the new WR-V. It’s much more rugged and beefier looking than the Jazz it’s based on. How will it fare in the Indian environment?