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Maruti’s funky little Ignis is here to heat up the mini-crossover segment. A rival to the Mahindra KUV100, this premium hatchback crossover will come with petrol and diesel engines, both getting the option of affordable AMTs. Read our first impressions of the car this month. The carmaker is also set to launch an all-new Swift around mid-2017, and we tell you all about it. Can the Ford Endeavour hold its ground against the spanking new Toyota Fortuner? We put these two giants through their paces, both on the road and off it, to tell you which one is the better SUV. We set out on an epic 18,000km long road trip from India to Paris in a Renault Kwid 1.0. This month, you can read all about the first leg of this journey and how we braved sand, mud, slush and ice along the way. We also drove the upcoming Skoda Kodiaq and the all-new BMW 5-series, pit the Toyota Camry Hybrid against the Honda Accord Hybrid, and thrashed a Ford Mustang around the Rann of Kutch. Read all of that and plenty more in the January 2017 edition of Autocar India.