Now that we have first drive experience of new Fiat Punto EVO 90 HP Sport diesel variant and 2014 Volkswagen Polo 1.5 TDI diesel Highline trim, we write here a detailed comparison review; lets enjoy the tight match between an Italian and a German.
Having seen so many spy shots and following progress of a vehicle coming to full disclosure, it is only natural that we expect a lot out of any automobile. It is natural and understandable if so many build-ups about the product in our minds are proven wrong upon first date with a machine. Fiat Punto EVO is one of those cars that proved us wrong, but by exceeding our expectations.
Hondaâ€™s seven seater Mobilio launches later this month set to take on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Chevrolet Enjoy and Nissan Evalia. Considering Ertiga is the leader in this segment, we have a comparison review of the two.
One of the most buzzing cars in the Indian auto industry today is the new Honda Mobilio MPV. Expected to be launched on 24th July, Rush Lane recently had a chance to test drive Honda Mobilio in Nashik. With this new MPV, Honda not only aims to compete with Maruti Ertiga, but also with Toyota Innova. Will they be successful, lets find out. Here is our Honda Mobilio review and first impression.
New Volkswagen Polo was launched on 15th July 2014, with new diesel engine and updated cosmetics on both inside and outside. On keener investigation, we see changes in dimensions as well. Lets get to it one by one in our first drive review here.
Tata Zest, soon to be launched, has ample expectations especially because Tata promises better than ever product quality and customer satisfaction. Here we compare overall features, ride, handling and performance of Tata Zest and Hyundai Xcent, both petrol and diesel trims.
Tata Zest compact sedan is soon to be launched with all-new 1.2 litre Revotron petrol engine and popular 1.3 litre diesel engine from Fiat. We have presented first drive review of Tata Zest AMT diesel already, here is one of petrol variant.
Tata Zest! The compact car that bears all burden of reviving the company, especially since Bolt is let loose without dual launch, has finally shown its production ready face and equipments. More importantly, has shown what it is capable of on the streets. Will Zest live up to the buzz? Here we share our first drive review.