Kshitij SharmaManaging Editor Send a tip Kshitij has been an automotive journalist for over seven years and has been a part of revered Indian media publications Overdrive, Auto Bild India and Zigwheels. He’s spent the last three years tapping into the mind of the car buyer at Zigwheels and now manages all content on AutoGuide. He knows exactly what he wants in a car and throws a fit if he misses a Motogp race. Even in his free time, all he wants to talk about is cars.
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When Lexus first arrived in the US with the LS 400 it took the luxury sedan market by storm. Its engine smoothness and in-cabin experience were unparalleled.
Going up against the RAV4 isn’t easy. But Nissan might have finally cracked it with the 2021 Rogue
If you have a Mustang Convertible for a cloudy and rainy week, you would drive it with the roof up, right?
The Toyota Tacoma is the most popular choice but is it also the better one?
Being a car critic is hard. Don’t believe me? Drive the new Hyundai Elantra.
Subaru has always been the quirky and offbeat car manufacturer even among its Japanese compatriots. Remember the ridiculous but utterly desirable Baja pickup?
Think compact crossover and the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 will likely be the first two images to pop in your head.
Logic is probably not an off-road enthusiast’s strongest suit.
When it comes to American rivalries few are as longstanding as the one between the two Detroit giants, Ford and GM.
Never judge a book by its cover—or a car by its brochure—seems like sound advice.
AWD or V6 power? You choose.
Despite the same basic platform, the Toyota Highlander and RAV4 have two distinct personalities.
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It will officially debut at the annual Honda Civic Tour.
It’s mechanically identical to the Subaru BRZ but now gets the GR name.
It might be smaller than the Hummer EV Pickup but it’s no less mind-boggling.
A turbo flat-four, 9.5 inches of clearance, and a mean-looking face. The Outback just got even more adventurous.
Strangely, the announcement was neither made by Toyota nor Subaru but by Toyota Gazoo Racing.
Barely a month has passed since Lexus debuted the IS 500 F Sport Performance and already, we have a new version of it.
The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is the most important car for the Japanese automaker. So what if it shares its bones with the Rogue.
Possibly the coolest looking minivan yet, is here. Say hello to the 2022 Kia Carnival.
A far cry from its predecessor, the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder borrows its cues from the original. Nissan pulled the wraps off the fifth-generation Pathfinder Thursday afternoon along with the 2022 Nissan Frontier mid-size pickup truck. Set to arrive by the summer of 2021, the 2022 Pathfinder is all set to stir up some serious interest…
2022 Acura MDX to arrive at dealerships in Feb 2021 It has been some time in coming and Acura itself is quite excited about its latest flagship SUV, the 2022 Acura MDX. According to the Japanese automaker, the new MDX is the “most emotionally styled MDX yet”, and borrows its design cues from the Precision…
The flagship SUV is the first Nissan to adorn the new logo Nissan’s flagship SUV, the 2021 Armada has received a comprehensive aesthetic facelift. Starting off, the grille seems bigger than ever before and more upright. A massive ‘Double-V’ chrome slats further add bulk to the front fascia. In the center of the grille sits the…
A new face, an 8.0-inch infotainment screen, and disc brakes on all corners are the highlights of the update. Nissan has pulled the wraps off the 2021 model year of its ‘gateway’ SUV, the Kicks. The biggest update the 2021 Kicks receives is a facelift. Unlike the outgoing model, the Kicks now sports the large Double…