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Expert Reviews on Cars in India

Indian car buyers are getting more and more spoilt for choices with every passing day. Indian car market landscape literally changes on daily basis. Whilst, all this leads to growing clutter and more competition, thus benefiting car buyers with cars boasting latest technology, great looks and at real value. Car makers or manufacturers are either busy launching new cars on different platforms or new upgraded versions of existing car models in India. Choice also brings confusion and chaos. A situation ripe enough to seek help from car experts from ecardlr.com, who can be great help because of their years of experience on Indian cars help. Crisp, unbiased and exhaustive car reviews can help you chose the best car that not only fits your pocket but also help you enjoy your new possession without major hassles. Expert review page lists car reviews which you can sort by manufacturer and model based with the help of our easy search functionality. This helps you locate expert reviews on cars you are most interested to know or study.

Total 145 Reviews Available


Audi’s entry level car - the A3 – has been launched in India at starting price of Rs 30.50 lakh. The model was showcased in 2016 which was also the 20th year for the A3 badge. In Europe th....

Honda launched the 4th generation City for its 2014 model year. It was 10 mm taller and had a 50 mm wider wheelbase than the 3rd generation car. The strong points of the car have been its practical di....

Launched on 29 March 2017, Tigor is the third compact sedan by Tata Motors. It shares its mechanicals with the hatchback Tiago (formerly Zica) that has already seen a good degree of success ever since....

As the leading car seller in this country, Maruti Suzuki has been focused on the practicality of its vehicles for India. Unlike its closest competitor Hyundai’s cars, the Marutis may not portray....

The Innova has been a popular MUV in India. Although its price kept increasing with years, this Toyota car remained accepted in the commercial segment and eagerly competed with other body-on-frame UVs....

Tata Hexa is none other than the Aria in a new package. As the previous MUV failed to make its mark in the segment, it comes back with a lot of improvements and also a new name. It looks better, has m....

The Hyundai Tucson has made a comeback to India. We saw its first generation about 10 years ago but the sales were slow and it could not survive for long in the segment. Hyundai decided not to bring t....
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