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Highlights of Auto Today dated March 2017 issue: March brings us a fresh dose of new and exciting motors. This month we get our hands on Honda's Jazz-based crossover, the WR-V, to see if this is just another cosmetic treatment or has Honda actually brought something new to the table. Speaking of which, the City too gets some kit as a facelift makes it to showrooms and we tell you how it performs on the road. Mercedes springs a surprise with the new E-Class but that's not all. It not only brings some new tech but will also be available in a long wheelbase version only. The sporty Maruti-Suzuki Baleno gets some boost. The Baleno RS is here with a new turbo engine that's smaller but more powerful. We head to the track to see if it'll scorch the tarmac or not. Audi has updated the A3 as we sample the upgrades around sunny Goa while the RS7 gets some performance. Not like it needed anymore but Audi has added 45bhp and called it... well, Performance. With Maruti-Suzuki having launched the Ignis and arch rival Hyundai having added a host of features to the Grand i10, the small car segment has just heated up a bit more. We pit the Tata Tiago with these two and see which one tops our rankings. And to cool things off, we bring some action on the snow with the new Volvo V90 Cross Country. The new Yamaha FZ25 headlines the motorcycles sections as the long wait finally gets over for a quarter-litre streetfighter from the manufacturer. The Aprilia SR150 gets a new badge and a hashtag to liven things up. We take the Royal Enfield Himalayan to visit some challenging trails with the company's latest ride programme. Triumph will soon launch the new Street Triple range and we give you the low down on what to expect. So until next month, happy motoring!

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