Maruti Suzuki has been the market leader for a long time and stood up to its reputation this year too. Vitara Brezza goes a long way to prove it. The subcompact SUV was launched at the Auto Expo in Feb 2016, and since its arrival a few weeks later the carmaker cannot stop its Brezza juggernaut. AMT and petrol version of the car is expected to arrive in 2017. Fortuner has always been the beast in its segment and with its new car, it just got the class with comfort thing right. The older car's butch looks are almost gone, and have been replaced by an attempt at sophistication and beauty. Contemporary bits like DRLs simply add to it. It’s already a hit, and waiting periods will only grow on this beast.The new Endeavour came back in a new generation avatar at the 2016 Auto Expo as well. And what we got was a hulk alright, but one with a silken or velvet touch. Much-improved ride and comfort, massively better performance and the choice of two diesel engines. The car comes in 4WD/2WD and automatic/manual options and all variants come pretty much fully loaded. It’s a good value for money car.Even though, Hyundai’s plate was full with the success of Creta and i20, the car maker launched another successful car. The Elantra though is not a massive volumes model but has breathed life into an almost defunct segment. That it carries Hyundai's Fluidic 2.0 styling, a more modern manufacturing process and is loaded with creature comforts and gizmos is only more reason to applaud the Elantra.An AMT in the segment may not be new, but adding the 1.0 litre engine and the funky rotary dial AMT has been another masterstroke in the Kwid playbook. The car has taken the market by a blow. The car has almost everything a person can expect from a 1.0 litre engine ranging from style to power.