Maruti road test reviews
The Celerio needs to have the basics of a family car right before it starts to boast the feature list. So, can it do that?
Maruti’s bestseller gets a handful of changes and a new engine. Is it still the sensible yet fun choice it was before?
Yokohama’s latest tyre line in India are the new shoes for our most run car in the fleet, the Maruti XL6 shoot wagon
Being in charge of our shoot productions it's my job to ensure that everything needed on a shoot by the team is kept ready and safe. And that requires a large car. The XL6 is going to be that large car for the next 6 months
Will the S-Cross’ new petrol-automatic combo impress or will a manual still be the better choice?
Maruti Suzuki seems to have swapped the lead actor in the sequel to a blockbuster. Hit or flop?
The Hyundai Grand i10 is finally in its latest generation and is called the Nios. Can it match up to the bestseller of the segment, the Maruti Suzuki Swift? Only one way to find out.
Small footprint, big ground clearance, and a price that keeps the bank balance happy. Is the S-Presso redefining the small city car?
Buying the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is a head over heart decision for most private car buyers. Maruti Suzuki is now offering a more premium version of the Ertiga called the XL6. Does it really offer something new over the Ertiga?
The small-hatchback space is more complex than ever. Where earlier it was meant to be an ideal workhorse for the family, it now has to deal with an updated list of demands for convenience features and premium quality. All this while remaining true to its do-it-all nature. Can any of these cars accom
Can a stronger platform, an all-new design, a more powerful engine and an extended feature list make the third-gen WagonR a better car than its rivals? Let’s find out
Can the new Ford Aspire with its new petrol engine better the top guns of the segment?
Is it finally the MPV you can fall in ‘LUV’ with?
Six months in our long-term test fleet, the Swift diesel automatic has given us a smooth, fuss-free experience overall, except for one niggle
Can the new S-Cross still wow customers armed with a new face and just the 1.3-litre DDiS 200 engine?