Tata road test reviews
The Nexon is a showcase of how Tata has evolved as a carmaker in just two decades. But can it carry forward the evolution to its AMT variants as well, or is the Nexon AMT a compromise in a good-looking package? We head to Mahabaleshwar to find out
Does the Tata Tiago AMT live up to its promise of providing a feature loaded package with the convenience of an automatic transmission at a reasonable cost? We find out.
A stylish new pretender to the Vitara Brezza’s crown enters the sub-4-metre SUV segment. The result is a bit of a surprise!
The Zest XMA automatic undergoes a minor surgery as it goes for its first service after joining our long-term fleet. Read on to know what we had to replace
Can the Nexon crack the sub-compact SUV segment for Tata in the first-go?
In a segment packed with excellent offerings, what makes Tata’s all-new Tigor worth considering? We put it through a thorough test to see what makes it tick
The all-new sub 4-metre sedan from Tata Motors looks good. But, how can the Tigor wow the Indian car-buyer despite coming late to the market?
As I swapped keys with my colleague for the long term Tata Zest AMT about a month ago, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of relief. Our new office in Pune is a good 20km from my house and the drive is mostly through narrow, congested city roads.
We take Tata's latest brute out for a spin!
First car battle: Should you buy the petrol powered Renault Kwid or the Tata Tiago? We find out
When Tata offered the Safari Storme for a long-term review, I was a little sceptical. The reasons were obvious – too big for a crowded city like Delhi, low fuel efficiency and some reliability doubts with the nameplate (thanks to my past experience). But after living with it for almost 800 kilometre
Amongst the first entries to the CarDekho garage this year, was the Tata Bolt. We've been living with it for a while now. After clocking around 2000kms in around a month, here's a quick round-up of how the hatchback has performed.
The Safari moniker, is a bit of a legend, isn't it, India's first indigenously developed SUV has come a long way since it first debuted in 1998. The Safari Storme received a refresh earlier this year, lending it refreshed interiors and some extra power. However, Tata Motors decided that wasn't enoug
It was supposed to be called the Kite, but then Tata finally unveiled it as the all new Zica. While the name might have changed, Tata still expects this baby to soar sky-high when it comes to sales. We take the new Zica out for a spin on the streets of Goa to tell you whats it's all about!
After enjoying a successful stint of more than a decade, Tata Safari got its first major update in 2012. This gave birth to the most advanced Safari till date, the Safari Storme, with new chassis, refreshed interiors and significant styling updates. Here, what you see in the images is the 2015 Safar