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What’s it?
– looks more like a crossover than SUV
– large signature grille looks striking, when viewed from the front
– beautiful full LED headlamps
– complete the impressive front look

How it’s inside?
– rich and beautifully designed
– leather dash top, soft plastics on the lower portions
– improving Comand system is quite intuitive

How it drives?
– 2143cc ‘diesel is a familiar one2143cc ‘diesel is a familiar one
– more powerful 188 bhp motor
– upshift around 4000rpm

Should I buy it?
– GLC to cost around Rs 50-55 lakh
– exceptional interiors, good space, decently powerful engine options, a comfortable ride and a very attractive exterior
– modern and more premium


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What’s it?
– Jaguar’s first ever attempt at making an SUV, practical, can demolish worst of terrain, are mildly capable when the going gets slippery
– Inspired right from the new XE sedan
– large gaping grille, slim headlamps, the tapering roofline, the 20-inch rims and flared wheel arches
– It is one of the most attractive SUVs cum crossovers

How it’s inside?
– More in line with Audi’s virtual cockpit theme
– Overall material quality is quite good
– Driving position is spot-on
– Front seats are well contoured
– Offer great lateral support

How it drives?
– replace the old 2.2-litre motor
– 77.5bhp feels adequate for this 1.8 tonne vehicle
– delivers power in a smooth, linear manner
– this 2993cc engine is much more refined

Should I buy it?
– If you can afford it then you definitely should.


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Hyundai was for a while the best-selling sedan in its segment. It was able to beat heavyweights such as Skoda, Volkswagen. Now, after 4 years, new Elantra has arrived and it seems even more impressive and promising.

How it’s inside?
. large 8-inch touchscreen
. vertical vents
. air-con control housing
. dash-top, armrest, steering and gearknob is either finished in soft plastics or leather

How it drives?
. Smooth driving
. good for 152 bhp
. linear power delivery
. You also get ‘Eco’ ‘Normal’ and ‘Sport’ modes
. Motor is quite refined and driving the Elantra is a soothing experience

Why should I buy it?
. motors being exceptionally silent
. all-rounder with good space, a premium cabin
. Elantra is a premium sedan that can be easily recommended


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BMW 7th series, being their flagship, It is expected to serve intense amounts of luxury while offering loads of technological advancements.

It aims to cater those who want best when it comes to luxury and comfort.

How it’s inside?
– All new interiors reveal fresh design lines,
– dual tone shades along with silver inserts,
wood trim,
– touch slides below the air-con vents,
– tablet that comes off the rear centre armrest,
– auto air-con with four-zone air-con control,

How it drives?
– 0-100kmph run in 6.29sec,
– 20-80kmph and 40-100kmph sprints took 3.78sec and 4.45sec
– Three modes – Eco Pro, Comfort and Sport that revise suspension, steering, engine and gearbox settings.
– Nice balance of performance and comfort

Why should I buy it?
– Product line-up consists of the 730Ld in both CKD and CBU form
– As the CKD versions benefit from a lower sticker price, it helps BMW make it more accessible to buyers.

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