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March 2021 issue of Auto Today is out now and once again, SUVs dominate the cover with two new French products. First is the Renault Kiger that enters the sub-4m compact SUV fray and we tell you what sets it apart from the rest in our review. The other is the C5 Aircross, French carmaker Citroen’s debut product for India that is slated to go on sale soon. Our Top Story this month is new fifth generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class that is expected to arrive in India over the next year or so and we’ve driven the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine that goes on sale later this month with the promise of being the most affordable car wearing the three-pointed star. More SUVs in this issue as the newly introduced Mahindra XUV300 petrol automatic takes on segment favourites Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet and Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza. The March issue has highlights from Indian auto industry’s most prestigious awards night along with the winners of the Indian Car of the Year and Indian Motorcycle of the Year titles. The features section includes our account of the 2021 BMW GS Safari and a trip to Jaipur to explore centuries-old crafts with the Hyundai Creta. Moving on to the two-wheeler section, we get astride the BMW F 900 R and F 900 XR, talk you through the new Honda CB350RS and compare the Royal Enfield Himalayan and Hero Xpulse to tell you which one suits your needs the best. We’ve got updates on our long-term fleet including the newest member of our garage, the Hyundai i20. And, as always, we’ve got all the latest updates from the Indian and international automotive scene. Enjoy the March issue of Auto Today and until next time, ride and drive safe and keep your mask on in public places.

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