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Our 5th anniversary issue is packed with features and reviews and can be downloaded for free by clicking on the link in the story below.
- Car & motorcycle reviews: Kia Sonet, Mercedes-Benz EQC, VW T-Roc, Renault Duster Turbo, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross petrol, Hyundai Venue iMT and Husqvarna Svartpilen
- Road tests: Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza vs Hyundai Venue and Kia Carnival vs Toyota Innova Crysta.
- Features: Five fastest cars and bikes, five most iconic cars and bikes and Pride of India series with Hyundai Verna.
With the September 2020 issue, Auto Today completes five years of bringing you all the latest reviews of cars and motorcycles from the domestic as well as the international market, a wide array of features including epic drives from the remotest parts of not just India, but also the world, and the latest developments from the global automotive scene.
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As is tradition, the newest anniversary issue of Auto Today packs more pages than usual filled with features that take you through the most iconic cars and motorcycles ever to hit Indian roads as well as the quickest motorcycles and the fastest cars the world has seen. The September issue gives you the lowdown on the second generation Mahindra Thar and packs in plenty of reviews including that of the highly anticipated Kia Sonet compact SUV, India’s first luxury electric vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz EQC and first-drive review of the VW T-Roc.
The September issue of Auto Today brings you the lowdown on the all-new 2020 Mahindra Thar and our review of the Kia Sonet petrol and diesel variants.
With the advent of BS6, several car manufacturers have introduced new engine options for older models and we’ve gotten our hands on the Renault Duster with a powerful 1.3-litre turbocharged petrol and the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross 1.5 petrol. That’s not all as we drive the new Hyundai Venue iMT to find out just how intelligent the new clutch-less manual transmission is and we sample the Renault Triber AMT as well. A few months ago the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza switched to petrol power and we pit the popular compact SUV against arch-rival Hyundai Venue to determine which compact SUV is the best.
We have also tested and compared the Toyota Innova Crysta and the Kia Carnival in a bid to figure out whether spending a lakh or two extra on the Carnival over the Innova is worth it. We at Auto Today just can’t keep ourselves from hitting the road and in this month’s issue, we head to the Rajasthan’s Shekhawati region aka India’s open-air art gallery. Switching from four wheels to two, we’ve ridden the eye-catching Husqvarna Svartpilen and we welcomed the Hero XPulse 200 BS6 into our fleet. Speaking of which, this month we bid adieu to the mightily impressive Renault Triber and tell you the things we liked and the ones we didn’t. The new 2020 Hyundai Creta joins our fleet and over the next 12 months, the team will talk about their experience living with India’s best-selling SUV currently. As always, there is all the news from the Indian and international automotive scene. Enjoy the September issue of Auto Today and until next month, ride and drive safe!