Auto Today Magazine - October 2019
Auto Today Magazine - October 2019
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In this issue
Highlights of Auto Today dated October 2019 issue:
India’s largest car maker Maruti Suzuki is out with a brand new small car called S-Presso which makes it to the cover of the October issue of Auto Today and is also our Top Story this month. We bring you first drives of the much talked about Renault Triber as well as the gorgeous Lexus LC 500h and Kia’s newest crossover for the European market, the XCeed. The issue also features reviews of the 2019 BMW 7-Series and the Datsun GO and GO+ CVT. A big story this month is a comprehensive comparison of the Kia Seltos with its rivals including the likes of the MG Hector and Hyundai Creta as the Seltos looks to claim top honours in its segment. The issues features all the showstoppers from the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show while the two wheeler section packs first rides of the Bajaj Pulsar 125 and the Indian FTR 1200S. Our long term fleet bids adieu to the Renault Captur, Hyundai Santro and the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R and we tell you what impressed us about them and what didn’t. As always, there are all the latest developments from the Indian and international as well as the motorsport scene. Enjoy the October issue of Auto Today and happy motoring until next month.
A New Blend Of Brew
Maruti Suzuki has launched their new mini-SUV, the S-Presso to take on the Renault Kwid. Rahul Ghosh talks about this new car with which Maruti Suzuki wants to dominate the segment.
Space - Craft
In a clever move, Renault has accomplished something that no other manufacturer even attempted. Nicely packaged seven seats in a car that is less than four meters long. We find out what it feels like and whether it delivers on its promises.
Nip & Tuck
A visit to the plastic surgeon has the 7-Series flaunting an all new face along with a handful of updates to help enhance the luxury quotient.
Datsun Go/Go+CVT - Automatic Convenience For Go Twins
Datsun has added CVT equipped variants of the Go twins enhancing the appeal of the two city-friendly runabouts.
Every year, the crème de le crème of the automobile industry comes together to discuss its future at SIAM’s annual convention. Pratik Rakshit gives details from this year’s gathering
Spoilt For Choice
Kia’s Seltos has made very strong first impressions indeed and now it is time to find out how well it stacks up against its rivals in a crowded and fiercely competitive segment.
Auto Today Magazine Description:
Publisher: India Today Group
Auto Today is a monthly automobile magazine published by the India Today Group. It is one of the most popular automobile magazines in the country. The magazine is known for its in-depth coverage of the Indian automobile industry, as well as its insights from leading experts in the field. It covers a wide range of topics related to automobiles, including:
* New car reviews: Auto Today provides in-depth reviews of new cars and motorcycles launched in the Indian market.
* Comparative reviews: Auto Today also publishes comparative reviews of different cars and motorcycles in the same segment.
* Road tests: Auto Today also publishes road tests of new cars and motorcycles, providing readers with their driving impressions.
* Industry news and analysis: Auto Today also covers industry news and trends, such as new product launches, mergers and acquisitions, and government regulations.
* Expert opinions: Auto Today also features articles from leading experts in the automobile industry, providing readers with insights on the latest trends and developments.
Auto Today is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in automobiles, whether they are a potential buyer, a car enthusiast, or a professional in the automobile industry. It is a must-read for anyone who wants to stay informed about the latest trends and developments in the Indian automobile market.
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