autoX is a unique and pioneering magazine & website launched by Comnet Publishers in September 2006 for the benefit of car buyers, users, collectors and enthusiasts in India. This is the first and only magazine & website of its genre in the country. autoX fills a void in the market, and is playing a pivotal role in kick-starting an auto revolution that’s at the dawn of truly flourishing in India. Our mission is twofold – a) we aim to organize the car market for the benefit of buyers and sellers alike, and b) assist in creating a true car culture in this country at the grassroots level. Since the magazine & website provide immense value and unique content, autoX is pioneering such a culture in India. Comnet Publishers Pvt. Ltd. (an ISO 9001:2008 & 14001:2004 certified company) is a part of the leading Exhibitions India Group – a trade promotion group established in 1987.
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