If you think TopGear is only about supercars and super-expensive cars, you’re wrong. TopGear brings to you a lot of new cars, which also include cars you can actually afford, with the typical TG flavour. Crossovers and compact SUVs are the talk of the town right now. Maruti Suzuki, India’s biggest carmaker, has a new mouth-watering crossover for you, the S-Cross. It may remind you of the SX4, but it’s all-new and modern in every way. TG takes it to work and play to see how it fares on and off the road. If you’re talking mainstream, it’d be incorrect to not throw a Hyundai into the mix. Meet the new Creta. Apart from having a quirky name, it has the perfect formula to sweep you clean off your seat. Ford, too, is back with a bang, and is ready to shake up the compact sedan game. We have all the dope about the new Figo Aspire. Should the Dzire, Amaze and Xcent be worried? The new Honda Jazz is causing a ruckus at Honda’s dealerships. We pit it against two of its biggest rivals – the VW Polo and the Hyundai i20 – and give you the definitive verdict. This is TopGear, though, and there can’t be an issue where we don’t treat your eyes to some great cars. We have put the BMW M6 GC and the Audi RS7 in one battle that you’ll not forget for a long time. And if that’s not enough, the Lambo Huracan goes head to head with the Merc AMG GT. Sounds fun? It is Download your latest issue now!
BBC TopGear Magazine India is the country's most exciting automobile magazine, bringing you up-to-date news, drives and rides with the latest launches in the market, stunning features, witty and humorous content along with a complete buyer's guide covering the cars and bikes available in the Indian market. Taking inspiration from the BBC TopGear show, it is just as engaging a read. Being the largest automotive media brand in the world, BBC TopGear Magazine is present in over 40 countries and has over 350 million viewers worldwide. The Indian edition was launched in September 2005 and has since been the fastest growing motoring magazine which has re-invented the way automotive journalism works in the country.