Assembled at the Chakan facility, near Pune, India, the diminutive Volkswagen Ameo is based on the Volkswagen Polo’s PQ25 platform. In fact, up to the B-pillar, the Volkswagen Ameo is the same as the Volkswagen Polo hatchback. Why is this little car significant to Volkswagen fans in the United States?
The Datsun redi-GO Concept is pretty sweet looking - no? Datsun is back and the economy arm of Nissan is producing in several countries - other than North America. This is (officially) Datsun's first concept vehicle and it has its world premiere at the 12th Delhi Auto Expo 2014. It
The Datsun GO is here! Well, not here as in the USA, but at least its back. Here's Nissan's third brand Datsun as it reenters the spotlight in Delhi, India. This cutesy little runabout is called the Datsun GO. The all-new Datsun GO will be on sale in India in
Driving in India can be a hazardous to your health unless you know how to use the horn.
In India cars share the road with cows, trucks, buses, monkeys, cyclists, motorcycles and water buffalo...to name just a few of the obstacles that drivers must to avoid on a average Indian road.
When driving in India be sure to honk your horn.
After two weeks of vacation, Nathan an Roman are back in business producing new TFLcar videos.
Today they begin our second year of daily video with a look ahead at what cars they will be reviewing in the next few days and
Relax North America, the Honda Amaze (or Honda Brio Amaze in Thailand) is not slated to come to the USA anytime soon. This baby packs a 90 horsepower, 1.2-liter i-VTEC that's either hooked up to a five-speed manual or a CVT. The Honda Amaze should get about 47 mpg (U.S.) and
Boy did Nissan put the cross-hairs directly on their collective heads after their Datsun announcement. If you missed it Nissan is relaunching the Datsun brand to build Über cheap vehicles. How cheap? Some say as low as $3,000 - but that's iffy at best. Others hint that a (still amazingly cheap) price-tag that's
The BBC recently aired a brand new Top Gear episode in the U.K.
And as always the boys, (Jeremy, Richard and Hammond) were given £7,000 to buy three British cars to travel across India as part of an unsanctioned British "trade mission".
Can you guess which cars they choose?
We'll give you a