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  • Why I bought a Hyundai Tucson

    Nothing much to complain about in terms of overall dealer experience. Although, as others have mentioned, there was no wow moment considering that this is Hyundai's flagship product in Bharat. Again,…
  • Kwid Climber: Buy or Avoid?

    I was thinking of going with a Hyundai Venue earlier but cancelled it due to long waiting times, increased price and this being my first car. Now, people are recommending me agains KWID saying that…
  • Classic Commercial Vehicles...

    A Ford V8 Bus plying in the South. A fleet of AMS busses in Cochin. A fleet of Leyland buses for Delhi Transport, undated. Coachbuilt by Khira and finished in blue, they were fitted with fans and…
  • XUV700 gets safer choice award

    Mahindra has achieved its second ‘Safer Choice’ Award this time for the XUV 700. The Award is only available to automakers achieving high levels of safety performance (*).
  • A lightweight adventure bike?

    I'm not too technical mechanically. I want something simple, very light weight as I'm a thin 5-6", 36 yr old man. It should be easy to maintain, should have decent tank capacity, good chances of spare-parts…
  • Retro: Fishy HYD used car market

    I didn't understand what's going on and completely amused by this strange trend that started off-late. Also, everyone started quoting exorbitant prices (5-10 lacs more than market price) for all the…
  • Sold City, bought used Superb

    Finally after 6 years of ownership and 70,000-km of revving the i-vtec with wonderful memories, we decided to say good bye to our beloved Honda City 4th-gen V MT and welcome our pre-worshipped Skoda…
  • Hyderabad O.R.R. Experiences

    This is a short ride report cum review on Hyderabad’s Nehru Outer Ring Road (ORR) - arguably the finest road that I’ve been on in India so far. This road’s USP is that once you’ve entered…
  • Life with my BMW 330i GT

    A couple of weekends back, went for a drive to Valparai with friends and TBHPians Dr.AD and Robimahanta who had come from Bangalore in their 320D and Thar respectively. We stayed a couple of days…
  • The Mahindra Scorpio-N Thread

    If I take the case of ScorpioN, it probably matches or close to the size of a D segment SUV. It would give a 7 seater option and if they have done a space utilization, it would be comfortable as well.…
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