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Every passing month we seem to mark a milestone in our list of achievements. Ok, we are not blowing our own trumpets again! But there is really very little we can do to not boast about it when we have genuinely earned the bragging rights to do the same. Let us come to the point. This month marks another prized achievement for us. We will now have reputed automobile magazine BBC TopGear India’s editor Girish Karkera writing a regular monthly column for us! Considering that these guys are a mega inspiration for us, it’s definitely no small thing for us at AutoLife. Coincidentally, continuing with the flow of our amazingly motivated mood, we had the segment defining Honda Amaze getting launched in Nepal. Finally, most of you out there get to own that Honda badged car you have been dreaming about for ages, with the reasonable price tag. Not that the current petrol variant of the Honda Amaze isn’t great, but with petrol prices increasing by the day, more Nepalese have now begin to prefer diesel engines as well. So we think, introducing the more powerful and efficient flagship diesel variant of the Honda Amaze should also be the right thing to do for the authorized distributor here in Nepal. This will surely make other rivals sit up and scratch their heads. Then there’s another test drive report of the new Hyundai ‘i-gen’ i20. It’s the latest Hyundai vehicle to have undergone the widely accepted ‘fluidic’ treatment with some more level of refinements. This new variant of the popular premium hatchback is definitely bound to amaze with its segment topping list of high-end features. There were some more new amazing launches as well that arrived a bit late to make it to this issue’s review. Read some about the new Ducati Hypermotard 821, Suzuki Inazuma GW250 and 2013 Suzuki Wagon R, before we hopefully review them in the next issue. Rounding off this issue are other amazing encounters such as catching up with a group of overland tourers from Thailand, witnessing rare and functional vintage vehicles at the Ford Heritage Month Finale, learning about our local cyclists all set to try out their skills at international grounds, meeting up with probably the only Nepalese Automotive Designer student, discovering about Giacomo Agostini’s crazy achievements, riding to Kalinchowk in pursuit of snow and some more. Go ahead, read through as the rains pours hard outside and make sure you don’t get this issue wet. By the way, talking about monsoons, we have also compiled some advices for driving and riding safely in the monsoons...

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