Becoming an Automotive journalist is a dream job of many. While there is no formal education needed to become an auto-journalist in India, you sure need a lot of passion. There is a lot of work behind the scenes that bring you the latest from the industry. One way to polish the skills to become a fine auto-journalist is to read a lot, be passionate about it and practise writing or hosting. This 7-year old kid is following the same mantra. He has a YouTube channel and here is a video that shows him reviewing the latest, facelifted version of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.
Anadhya Garg, who also has a YouTube channel by the name of Anadhya Wheels starts the review on the video and also asks the viewers to subscribe to him. Anadhya starts the review by explaining the petrol variant of the vehicle he will talk about and also explains that the car is available with a diesel engine option. He then explains the design of the Ciaz and carefully talks about the front design and the rear design. He also explains the design of the tail lamp and talks about the chrome on the rear boot lid and the alloy wheels.
He then moves to the interior of the car and talks about the design changes. After that, he carefully explains the steering-mounted buttons and the infotainment system of the car. Anadhya also covers other parts like space, vehicle’s engine characteristics and driving dynamics. However, the best part is he did not drive the vehicle on the public roads. In the past, we have seen underage kids driving vehicles on public roads, which is highly dangerous and completely illegal. He must have received the inputs from his father, who he mentions in the video while explaining the rear seat space.
Anadhya carefully covers a lot of things in his reviews and mentions the good and the bad parts of the vehicle making it a balanced review. However, there are a few small things that were wrongly said in the video. For example, the Ciaz facelift is a fifth-generation version of the model. However, the overall review is done exceptionally well and is nicely edited too. Also, he covers all the points in the vehicle just like the professional reviewers.
How do you like the review and what do you think about it? Well, we do hope that Anadhya pursues his passion and stays away from driving a vehicle on the public roads until he gets the driver’s license. In India, 18 years old is the minimum age to getting a license but 16 years old can get a license to drive up to 50cc vehicles. If the enthusiastic kid wants to start earlier than that, then the private tracks are the only option available.