The new BMW 5 series offers familiarity even though it has undergone commendable evolutionary changes.
The 911 is a car that’s very focused on its reason for existence. All roads point to the inexorable fact that it brings connectivity to the passion of driving.
Lexus shows off mid-range luxury in the form of the GS 250.
The seventh-generation Toyota Camry brings subtle changes, but what a difference these have made.
Suzuki’s new sedan has the potential to be a game changer in the executive car category, if its name is any thing to go by.
Muscular but agile, Infinity’s FX37 promises a different experience for SUV lovers.
The distinctive Audi A4 makes its mark by getting a final facelift.
The diesel 3 Series gives a good account of itself but is tarnished by a particular flaw.
From the moment you get behind the wheel, you know there’s nothing common about the Peugeot 3008.
Mild-mannered the old Lexus GS was. This new one begs to differ.
The modern car is one of the most sophisticated machines ever created. Dozens of control systems and computer processors work together to ensure it works seamlessly and effectively day in and day out.
But machines do break down occasionally. The technical team of The Otomotif College (TOC) is here to offer advice and help troubleshoot car problems
The team of seven trainers, led by Allan Cabiles (pic), has collectively 30 years of experience in a wide range of car makes. The TOC Team prides itself on keeping pace with the ever-evolving automotive industry. Its trainers undergo training sessions with a network of 800 industry partners across the country.
With such an extensive body of knowledge, think of the TOC Team as your go-to automotive experts.
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