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About Autocar India Magazine Autocar India autocar india september 2012 the country's leading authority for car and motorbike buyers. Select an Issue to view: We liked the U-VA for its no-nonsense approach and robust engineering, but it did have a few shortcomings.
Has General Motors managed to fix the niggles with the saloon?