The monsoons in India are demanding. It might catch you unaware many a time and if you are not prepared, you are in for a trial by water. Reduced road-grip, aquaplaning or sometimes even water logging can stand in your way. As the road condition worsens, the car tyres have to work overtime looking for grip while coping with the added stress.
The best way to tackle the monsoons, then, is to be prepared – prepared as a car, prepared as a driver.
The appearance of the Renault’s Megane sedan has been leaked courtesy its brochure, ahead of its debut later this year. The car has been spied testing on multiple occasions and will be the third body style for the Megane moniker.
I am so happy to see the Honda Jazz enter our longterm fleet. For me the Jazz has defined what modern practical hatchbacks are supposed to be. It blew the concept of small cars can't be big on the inside, right out of the window and it boasted of sedan-busting space and MPV shaming practicality.
This MPV is one of the most recognised and respected in India and for a good reason. Since its launch in 2005 the Toyota Innova has been the best-selling premium MPV in our market and this is despite its price going up by a whopping Rs 6 lakh in its lifespan of 11 years.