टाटा road test reviews
Tata has ticked everything on your wishlist for the Harrier… well, almost
With ‘EV’ suffixed to its name, the Tata Nexon now offers its family friendly package with a zero emission powertrain. How close can it come to its 312km range when put through our torture test?
The Altroz, with its new platform and BS6 engines, is looking to set a new standard in the premium hatchback segment. But to do that, it needs to better the likes of the Baleno and the Elite i20. Can it really become the 'Gold Standard'?
The Harrier’s pricing makes us wonder if it’s a better bet compared to the Creta; its capabilities begs the question if the Compass deserves a premium
We’re going to answer one, brutally simple question — should you spend Rs 20 lakh on a Tata?
Sub-Rs 10 lakh sports car has become a reality, thanks to the JTP Tigor and Tiago. But, will these sporty machines be as easy to live with as they are exciting?
Tata is asking for a heavy premium over the manual for the Nexon diesel AMT. Is the convenience offered worth shelling the extra cash for?
The Nexon is a showcase of how Tata has evolved as a carmaker in just two decades. But can it carry forward the evolution to its AMT variants as well, or is the Nexon AMT a compromise in a good-looking package? We head to Mahabaleshwar to find out
Does the Tata Tiago AMT live up to its promise of providing a feature loaded package with the convenience of an automatic transmission at a reasonable cost? We find out.
A stylish new pretender to the Vitara Brezza’s crown enters the sub-4-metre SUV segment. The result is a bit of a surprise!
The Zest XMA automatic undergoes a minor surgery as it goes for its first service after joining our long-term fleet. Read on to know what we had to replace
Can the Nexon crack the sub-compact SUV segment for Tata in the first-go?
In a segment packed with excellent offerings, what makes Tata’s all-new Tigor worth considering? We put it through a thorough test to see what makes it tick
The all-new sub 4-metre sedan from Tata Motors looks good. But, how can the Tigor wow the Indian car-buyer despite coming late to the market?
As I swapped keys with my colleague for the long term Tata Zest AMT about a month ago, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of relief. Our new office in Pune is a good 20km from my house and the drive is mostly through narrow, congested city roads.