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Peugeot 3008 Review: The ‘different’ car of the year

Change begins from within. Indeed. But until it shows, it won’t be recognized by the world. And when a brand wishes to convey how exciting and transformed it has become, they had better look at the skeleton and skin, and throw the ones in the cupboard out. Peugeot has big …

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Renault Zoe First Drive: Switching on an e-ra

It was about time. Questions about electric cars were getting harder to answer. Answers began with Tesla and didn’t get very far. Yet, a Tesla that everyone could put on their buying list rather than their wish list was still somewhat far. Nissan Leaf had moved to the second generation …

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Lexus LC 500h Review: Future classic

Tapering to a sporty pout around the hood and spacing out progressively, this Lexus looks fast. But the two letters that manufacturers adorn fast cars with are nowhere to be seen. Instead Lexus has defined this with an LC badge – Luxury Coupe. Still, it looks like one you can …

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Ford Mustang Ecoboost Fastback 2017 Review: Saddled Up!

It is good to have all sorts in the family. It fosters healthy argument and presents an entire judging panel when it comes to assessing the various facets and faculties of a car. Which is why, a boy who just learnt to pick out a Mustang pony from a prancing …

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Cadillac ATS Coupe 2017 Review: Coup on compromise

Who buys coupes anymore? Thankfully, tens of thousands who don’t mind sacrificing a bit of their comforts for the sake of adding a sporty halo for two doors less. Cadillac ATS Coupe is the good news riding their way, for it demands much less of a compromise. THE DIMENSIONS: L …

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Renault Talisman 2017: Sophistique

Renault Talisman too has similar Korean origins like its predecessor Safrane. However, there is something French about the car apart from the badge itself, and I suspect it is the minimalism that greets you inside. THE DIMENSIONS in mm: 4848 x 2081 (door mirrors open) x 1752 (boot lid open) …

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Ferrari GTC4Lusso Review: The Ferrari with a comfort mode

Spending a long weekend with a supercar, instead of the family, could be considered quite a self-centred act; and a car reviewer is no exception. In fact, it’s worse for the reviewer; because this is usually among the numbered occasions he gets to distract the world from noticing the wicked …

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Honda CR-V Review: Stretching standards, and legs

The compact crossover segment is a tricky one. It is where every contender is pushing the limit to outgrow the segment itself, while keeping the price grounded. It is where one-upmanship shows up in gadgetry borrowed from the executive segment and legroom seems to grow twice as fast as the …

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2018 Nissan Pathfinder review: Raised ground

From the hotel balcony, outlined in the sheer mist, I could see the Pathfinder elegantly showing off its improved lines and new V-motion grille to the photographers squatting and crouching around – poised on the hotel helipad at the circular end of a long stony ramp. Here was the first …

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Geely Emgrand X7 Sport: Looks like it’s got it!

The friendly guard at the check post had a crisp and business-like tone when he asked, “You have 4 wheel?” Entrusted with the duty of guarding the 3000 meters high Jebel Al Akhdar, he was clear about who would be granted the permission to make it back its tricky descent. …

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