Articles about Indian Cars

Launched in India
Look who just made a global debut, the all-new Honda Brio Amaze. The mini sedan's second-generation version was unveiled at the Auto Expo 2018 in India, where it shared the stage with the CR-V and the Civic.Built
Meet the DC Avanti
What's this then?This, my friends, is the first mid-engined supercar designed, engineered and built in India, for Indians. It's called the DC Avanti and is the work of Dilip Chhabria-designer and founder of DC Design-a company
The Indian face-off
The Suzuki Super Carry is the king of small utilities, with thousands serving as mini-jeepneys, water delivery trucks, and barangay patrol vehicles. Unfortunately for Suzuki, these are mostly surplus imports, often with a new coat of paint, a left-hand-drive
A throwback to '90s SUVs
I have always been proud of the fact that I am willing and happy to drive any new car once. There's just something cool about operating a vehicle you've never experienced before, and I believe the mere act of trying
A robust, no-frills workhorse
When I was assigned to review the Mahindra Enforcer 4x4 Double Cab by my editors, the "Pare, pulis ako" jokes came loud and often (mostly from you - editors). It didn't help that it was parked in our building's basement across
More than just a police vehicle
When I was assigned to drive and review the Mahindra Enforcer, the 'Pare, pulis ako' jokes came in droves. It didn't help that the test unit was white with big red lettering across the top. This pickup is...well, different from
Now that's dedication
Last year, CAC Mahindra-the Indian carmaker's local distributor-won the bid to provide a fleet of vehicles for official use by the Philippine National Police. Since then, the Mahindra Enforcer has been an increasingly common sight on our country's
Thanks to decreasing diesel prices
The past few weeks have been an absolute joy for diesel consumers. The fuel has been so cheap lately that it's almost hard to believe--at just P20.20 per liter, it's cheaper than a 1.5-liter bottle of
Proudly Indian-made
The subcompact crossover segment is one of the fastest-growing segments globally. One popular example is the Ford EcoSport, which is selling like hotcakes in its primary markets, particularly in India and the Philippines. In fact, the segment is so popular that
How did it fare?
Clark International Speedway and Batangas Racing Circuit are venues where people satisfy their thirst for speed. The mountains of Tanay, meanwhile, is where off-road adventure-seekers head for 4x4 thrills.We have to admit that roughing it--dirt roads, river crossings,
Could this lead to more car sales?
International football superstar Lionel Messi is now the face of Tata Motors, after the Indian auto manufacturer signed the 28 year-old Argentinian to be its global brand ambassador for passenger vehicles.The deal marks the first time that the 2014 FIFA
Including PNP's vehicle of choice
We already knew that Mahindra was supplying our Philippine National Police with 1,470 units of the Enforcer SUV, but we didn't know what the Indian carmaker's plans were for the civilian market. Until last night, that is.In a
Small, lightweight and efficient
Suzuki has made a name for itself by churning out some of the world's best-known motorcycles, whether they're for racing or for the everyday grind. Apart from this, the Japanese vehicle manufacturer has likewise been making small-size cars
Are you ready for some Indian Chevys?
General Motors' restructuring saga in Asia-Pacific is not yet over. If you remember, it has announced some changes as part of its restructuring in the region. Its first announcement was the shutdown of its Australian plant, which manufactured large Holden models.
Company executive slams accusations
Even before Mahindra could turn over the first batch of Enforcer patrol units for Philippine National Police's use, critics rushed to conclusions and hurled accusations of corruption against the Indian carmaker. That the allocated budget for said patrol vehicles was P1.
Check out the official livery
As we've already reported, Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer Mahindra has secured the supplier contract for the Philippine National Police's patrol fleet. Today, CAC Mahindra--the official name of the carmaker's local distributor--showed off the new PNP vehicle, which
The difference is diesel
While it's refreshing to see more and more manufacturers expressing interest in the local market, Indian car makers like Tata still have a long way to go before achieving the same success as the Koreans, or even the limited acceptance that
Mahindra wins early bid for 560 units
The Philippine National Police is purchasing a lot of vehicles this year so that our valiant cops can serve us better. The total number of said vehicles apparently includes 560 units already awarded to a supplier earlier this year, and another 1,
Hopefully within the year
Mahindra, an Indian automobile company, is coming to the Philippines soon. Talks about this development have been circulating around the industry for a while now, but it was only today that a key executive involved in the project spoke about it openly
See if one of them fits you
In October last year, we broke the news that Tata Motors was set to enter the Philippine automotive market via a local distributor called Pilipinas Taj Autogroup. The brand launch is expected to take place at the Manila International Auto Show on
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