Tag Archives: Should

Buying A Used Car – Should Mileage Be The Only Factor?

The foremost factor that comes to mind when considering a used car is how many kilometres it has been driven. For instance, if you were choosing between two similarly priced cars of the same make and year, and one had 40,000km on it while the other’s odometer read 55,000km, you’re more likely to be inclined towards the first one as ... Read More »

2019 Geneva Motor Show: Top Production Cars and Concepts You Should Keep an Eye Out For

Here’s a handy guide to navigate through the many, many concepts and production cars that will make an appearance at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Geneva Motor Show 2019: Cars and Concepts The motor show in Geneva, among the most important ones on the calendar of global auto shows, will kick off this week. Much like always, it will be ... Read More »

Why should you buy- Mahindra Alturas G4

Mahindra’s back in the premium SUV game and this time around, it is with the Alturas G4 which is priced at 26.95 lakhs for the 2WD AT and 29.95 lakhs for 4WD AT variant (introductory ex-showroom). In essence, it is the latest generation Ssangyong Rexton G4, but it will be sold in India with the Mahindra badging and in a ... Read More »

Why should you buy- Next Generation Maruti Ertiga

The second generation Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has been launched in India in the range Rs 7.44 lakhs to Rs 10.90 lakhs. There’s 10 variants, five colours and automatic option for the petrol powered model. We’ve told you everything there is to know about the Ertiga and well, here are the highs and lows of buying one. What’s good about it? ... Read More »

2018 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG launched: Why should you buy?

Mercedes-Benz has launched the latest generation G63 AMG in India at a price of Rs 2.19 crores (ex-showroom). It’s the second generation for this iconic SUV and has come after a long time. This is India’s entry into the G-Class range and it is offered here as one top-of-the-line models. What’s good about it? Well, for what it is…the G63 ... Read More »

5 things you should definitely check before you invest in a used car

We all know purchasing a used car is a big decision for many. Though trusted pre-owned marketplaces like Droom have made this a hassle free affair, we can totally relate to your fears and concerns, especially when you are putting in your hard earned money into such a big ticket item. Cars, be it new or used, are still an aspirational asset ... Read More »

8 kinds of TVS Apache motorcycles: Who should buy what

Over the years, the TVS Apache motorcycle has become a brand in itself. The Apache-branded motorcycles were first launched in 2006 and ever since, have gotten more popular, gained on power and features. Currently, TVS offers as many as 8 variants of the Apache in India, and each of them has a unique character. People often get confused about which ... Read More »

TVS Apache RR310 vs Honda CBR250R vs Yamaha Fazer 250 vs Royal Enfield Himalayan: Who should buy what!

5 latest affordable performance motorcycles  in India – which is the right one for you? The higher segments of Indian motorcycle market have shown a strong growth in the last few years. We have seen some really well-sorted motorcycles, like the KTM 390 Duke, making it to the ‘affordable performance’ segment in recent years. However, some more well-priced performance-oriented products ... Read More »

Why should you buy – Renault Captur

Introduction Renault India has finally launched the much-awaited Captur in India at Rs 9.99 lakhs (ex-showroom, all India). Although it is based on the Duster, the Captur carries the all-new design language which is a welcome addition to the Renault line-up. The five-seater is available with two engine options across seven variants. There is no automatic transmission and AWD variant as yet, but ... Read More »

Who should die when a driverless car crashes? Q&A ponders the future

‘Smart people are trying to figure out how this works,’ the Q&A audience was told in a discussion about driverless cars. Illustration: Alamy Should a driverless car swerve to miss a child, knowing it will kill its passenger? Or should it maintain its path and end a younger life? It’s deeply troubling ethical dilemmas like these that Sandra Peter believes ... Read More »