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5 Hatchbacks Under ₹ 10 Lakhs With LED Headlamps

LED headlamps were a bling feature made for only luxury cars a few years back. However, many affordable vehicles today in the Indian market come with great LED headlamps. Compared to traditional halogen headlamps, the LED variants last longer and emit much brighter light. What’s more, the LED headlamps are also a perfect choice as they use less power. So, ... Read More »

Hyundai India Becomes The Bestselling SUV Brand Of 2021; Maruti Suzuki Leads In UV Sales

Hyundai Motor India has continued to be the bestselling SUV brand in India for the second year in a row. The company sold over 2.52 lakh SUVs in 2021 where the new-generation Creta continues to be the highest selling SUV not only in the carmaker’s line-up, but across India with over 1.25 lakh units being sold last year. The Hyundai ... Read More »

Mahindra Organises Jungle Trail Experience for Mojo Owners

Mahindra Two Wheelers organised its first ever Jungle Trail, which was a 4 day ride through the forests of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Basically a riding experience for Mahindra Mojo owners and a few members of the media, the ‘Mojo Tribe’ started their ride at Alfa Motors, Bengaluru and rode through Chikmagluru, Madikeri and Masinagudi, travelling almost 900 kilometres. The Jungle Trail was ... Read More »

Buying a new car is a challenge amid a global chip shortage and limited inventory. Here are tips for finding a decent deal

Being in the market for a new car right now is challenging, to say the least. Heading into the long Labor Day weekend, transaction prices remain elevated. While the three-day stretch normally marks when dealerships hold big sales events to clear their lots and make room for next year’s models, low inventory and strong consumer demand mean fewer incentives are ... Read More »

Watch: Tesla Owner Told Repairs Will Cost 20,000 Euros. He Chose Dynamite

Automobile giant Tesla leads the EV sector with innovations and new technology. But that was not enough to stop a disgruntled customer from blowing up his Tesla car using 30 kg of dynamite. Jaala, an idyllic and ice-covered village in south Finland’s Kymenlaakso region with just a few thousand people, witnessed a bizarre incident as the owner of a 2013 ... Read More »

What to Watch Out for When Buying a Car for Comfort

Cars ought to be comfortable, after all, one does tend to spend a great deal of time in them throughout life.  Unfortunately, they are not always as comfy as one might like, particularly if you decided to sacrifice practicality for speed and chic looks.  This does not have to be the case, however, as many of the best new models ... Read More »

The 5 New Car Launches In January 2020: Major Players Join The Fray

After a wobbly economic year, the automobile industry is set to get back on track with these new car launches in 2020. With all the three options of Petrol, Diesel and Electric receiving some love here are the five cars launching in January 2020. Tata Altroz Tata Altroz To be launched on the 22nd of January Tata Altroz will receive ... Read More »

Waxpol Scratch Remover Review – Tested On 8 Yrs Old Mitsubishi Cedia Sport

One of the biggest horrors for any car owner is discovering a new scratch on their beloved cars. Sometimes due to our own mistakes and sometimes due to other people’s mistakes, whatever the case may be, scratches are almost inevitable. Likewise, there are numerous scratch removal products that are available online, claiming to remove scratches of any kind from any paint ... Read More »

5 Major New Cars Releases in 2020 – Cars Waitlist

The ongoing COVID- 19 pandemic situation has resulted in adverse effects on the economic and operational fronts all across the world’s industrial sector. Several manufacturers around the world and the whole of the automotive industry are undergoing various changes. The later months of 2020 are all to date prepared to witness great releases of the automobile industry. Following is our ... Read More »

An “official” Indian vehicle!

Every time I see our Prime Minister step into or out of his Range Rover Sentinel or the Toyota Land Cruiser, I ask myself, “Is this the vehicle our PM should be travelling in? Can there not be an ‘Indian’ official vehicle?” Some will justify the need for BR-7 level armour and therefore the inability to customise any local vehicle. ... Read More »