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What Car December Saturday 01 2018
Our December 2018 issue is stuffed with piping hot comparisons. First, we evaluate Mahindra’s most luxurious, Rs 30 lakh SUV – the all-new Alturas G4 – to see whether it is as good as its price suggests. And to make things more interesting, we’ve pitted it against the segment bestseller, the Toyota Fortuner, and the tough-as-nails, refreshed Isuzu MU-X. Next, there’s the value-for-money Maruti MPV – the all-new, second-generation Ertiga that’s evolved, and how! It takes on the Mahindra Marazzo, to find out whether the Marazzo is really worth its premium or if the Ertiga is all the MPV you’ll ever need. Lastly, our special feature simplifies crash tests, thus helping you take a more educated decision with regards to safety before you buy your next car. There’s a lot more too in this issue including a drive of the new Mini Countryman diesel, and some really juicy year-ending deals on new cars. So what are you waiting for? Grab your copy now. Subscription Now
What Car November Thursday 01 2018
What Car October Monday 01 2018
Mahindra’s all-new people mover, the Marazzo, is here with a new diesel engine. We get behind the wheel to tell you how it performs and is it worth considering in the MPV segment. In its fifth generation, the Honda CR-V has gotten bigger, more practical and is available with two engine options.
In our first drive report, we find out if this SUV makes sense over its established competitors. In the competition of space, we have the Mahindra Marazzo going up against the robust and spacious Renault Lodgy. Our luxury sedan comparison sees the new Mercedes-Benz C 200d and the Audi A4 battle it out for the position of the best car in the segment.
We have also driven the new seventh-generation Lexus ES 300h, and the Mercedes-Benz C-class facelift in its powerful C 300d guise. In one of our features, we evaluate whether really need a 4WD system in your next SUV. Find more such features, along with the latest news from the industry, in our October 2018 issue. Subscription Now
What Car September Saturday 01 2018
The mid-size sedan segment gets hot again with the launch of the Maruti Ciaz facelift. We pit it against the Hyundai Verna in the ultimate face-off. We also drive the Ciaz with the new 1.5-litre petrol engine to tell you all that you need to know before making that buying decision. Honda will soon be bringing the CR-V diesel to India, and we get behind the wheel to find out what to expect in the India-spec car. BMW recently brought in the diesel 6-series Gran Turismo and it goes head to head against the Mercedes Benz E 350d in our luxury sedan comparison. The 2018 Renault Kwid AMT takes on its mechanically similar cousin, the Datsun Redigo. We find out which is the better car. That’s not all. We have also driven the Mahindra XUV500 facelift that is powered by a petrol engine, and the 2018 Renault Kwid which now gets some feature updates and a creep function as well. This and more features and all the latest news from the industry in our September 2018 issue. Subscription Now
What Car August Wednesday 01 2018
We’ve just turned twelve this August, so we’ve made sure this issue of What Car? India is a very special one. The cover story contains an exhaustive list of all the new cars heading to India in the coming months. Plus, we have some interesting features this month, one of them being a calculated cost of owning an electric vehicle, as compared to a petrol and diesel car. Then there’s a lot more useful advice about tricks to adopt while buying a new car and whether an ‘extended’ warranty is worth opting for. Mercedes is about to launch its luxury estate in the form of the E-class All-Terrain, and we pit it against the Volvo V90 Cross Country to find the better car of the two. Also, Tata’s Nexon petrol AMT takes on the Ford EcoSport petrol automatic and the tough Renault Duster petrol CVT. We also compare the Honda Amaze petrol manual to the Maruti Dzire to find the better petrol compact sedan in India. We also have some exclusive first drives of the Mahindra TUV300+ (the longer, more powerful version of the TUV300 SUV) and the Volkswagen Ameo, which now has an all-new 1.0-litre petrol engine. There’s a lot more car advice, a lot of interesting articles and a comprehensive buyer’s guide for our readers packed in our 176-page Anniversary Special issue. Grab your copy now! Subscription Now
What Car July Sunday 01 2018
The July 2018 What Car? India issue brings you a special preview of the all-new, 2018 Maruti Ertiga that’s headed to India later this year. We pit Volvo’s newest SUV, the stylish-looking XC40, against the formidable BMW X1 and the very competent Audi Q3. The Hyundai i20 facelift gets a new automatic with its petrol engine and we compare it to the Honda Jazz and the Maruti Baleno to find out which CVT hatchback deserves your money. If you’re in the market for a diesel-AMT (automatic) compact SUV, we’ve compared the Maruti Brezza and Tata Nexon to pick the better one. So how much does your car actually cost? We answer that with a break-up of the actual cost of ownership in our feature story. And there’s more – we also drive the all-new Mitsubishi Outlander, Audi Q5 petrol and the Range Rover Evoque convertible. In our spec advice page, we identify the best Honda Amaze variant. Read all this and many other stories in our July 2018 issue that will help you with your car buying queries. Subscription Now
What Car June Friday 01 2018
This month, we compare the all-new Honda Amaze against the segment leader, the Maruti Suzuki Dzire as the two compact sedans fight for superiority. Volvo’s baby SUV, the XC40, is set to make its India debut next month. We get our hands on it to tell you what it’s like. Luxury SUVs battle it out in our three-car comparison this month. We have the latest BMW X3 taking on the likes of Volvo XC60 and the Land Rover Discovery Sport. In our quick test, the Toyota Yaris goes up against the Honda City as we find out which of the two is the better sedan. We have also driven the Ford EcoSport S with the 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine, the Hyundai Creta facelift, the Maruti Brezza AMT and the Hyundai i20 with a CVT gearbox. Catch all this and more features and the latest news from the industry in our June 2018 issue.
What Car May Tuesday 01 2018
The second-generation Honda Amaze will go on sale this month. We bring you an exclusive first drive to tell you what it’s like. We put Toyota’s latest midsize sedan, the Yaris, through its paces to find out just how good it is. Additionally, we’ve also pitched the Yaris against the current segment leader, the Hyundai Verna, to find out if Toyota’s latest can fight the best in its class. For this month’s two-car comparison, we have the four-wheel drive Hyundai Tucson taking on its closest rival, the Volkswagen Tiguan. We have also driven the Ford Freestyle in its petrol guise, the Tata Nexon with an automatic and the facelifted Mahindra XUV500. All this and more features and the latest news from the industry in our May 2018 issue. Subscription Now
What Car April Sunday 01 2018
The new-gen Honda CR-V will arrive in India with a diesel engine, later this year. We’ve got our hands on it to tell you what it’s like. In our Quick Test section this month, the refreshed Hyundai i20 takes on the popular Maruti Baleno diesel. Small crossovers battle it out: Ford’s new Freestyle locks horns with the funky Maruti Suzuki Ignis. For this month’s two-car comparison, we have the new Volkswagen Polo 1.0-litre petrol taking on the mighty Maruti Suzuki Swift. We have also driven the Mercedes-Benz S450, and the new Mini Countryman. Subscription Now
What Car March Thursday 01 2018
we bring you the best of 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. Also, we compare the newest automatic hatchback in the market, the Datsun RediGo AMT with the segment leader, the Maruti Alto K10 AMT. Then we also put the new Audi Q5 to the test against the much accomplished Volvo XC60 and the stylish Lexus NX300h. This issue is high on luxury with two new BMWs, the much awaited X3 and the 6 series GT along with the Mercedes S class facelift. We also sample Tata’s take on the automatic compact sedan with the Tigor AMT. Hyundai’s much loved premium hatchback, the i20 is out with a refreshed look as well. Also, with summer just around the corner we give you a few tips to protect your car from the scorching heat. Also, make sure to check out the best deals and discounts on new cars this month and if you’re about to buy the new Swift, we help you narrow down exactly the variant you need. Subscription Now
What Car February Thursday 01 2018
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What Car Monthly Magazine December 2018 Issue: Our December 2018 issue is stuffed with piping hot comparisons. First, we evaluate Mahindra’s most luxurious, Rs 30 lakh SUV – the all-new Alturas G4 – to see whether it is as good as its price suggests. And to make things more interesting, we’ve pitted it against the segment bestseller, the Toyota Fortuner, and the tough-as-nails, refreshed Isuzu MU-X. Next, there’s the value-for-money Maruti MPV – the all-new, second-generation Ertiga that’s evolved, and how! It takes on the Mahindra Marazzo, to find out whether the Marazzo is really worth its premium or if the Ertiga is all the MPV you’ll ever need. Lastly, our special feature simplifies crash tests, thus helping you take a more educated decision with regards to safety before you buy your next car. There’s a lot more too in this issue including a drive of the new Mini Countryman diesel, and some really juicy year-ending deals on new cars. So what are you waiting for? Grab your copy now.
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