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  • Not Phasing Out Nano, Says Tata Motors

    Not Phasing Out Nano, Says Tata Motors

    After failing to meet high expectations with its small car Nano, Tata Motors is planning several initiatives, including introducing an automatic gear shift version, to revive sales.

  • Mahindra Counters Fake Products by Auto Part Makers

    Mahindra Counters Fake Products by Auto Part Makers

    Mahindra & Mahindra has said it conducted raids across six auto spare part makers and sales outlets in the country, to counter the 'ever-growing' threat of counterfeit products.

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  • Suzuki to Invest up to Rs 8,500 Crore in Gujarat Facility

    Suzuki to Invest up to Rs 8,500 Crore in Gujarat Facility

    Japan's Suzuki group will invest up to Rs 8,500 crore in setting up a manufacturing facility here to supply cars to its Indian arm Maruti Suzuki India.

  • Voting on Gujarat Plant in 6 Months: Maruti Suzuki

    Voting on Gujarat Plant in 6 Months: Maruti Suzuki

    Maruti Suzuki India expects to obtain approval of minority shareholders on its plans to let parent Suzuki Motor Corporation own and invest in its upcoming plant in Gujarat in the next six months.

  • Maruti Q3 Profit Rises 18%, One-Offs Weigh

    Maruti Q3 Profit Rises 18%, One-Offs Weigh

    India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India posted a smaller-than-expected rise in profit for the third quarter, hit by one-off items including a jump in advertising costs, a higher tax rate and lower income from investments.

  • Commercial Vehicle Space to Grow at 13-17% in FY16: Report

    Commercial Vehicle Space to Grow at 13-17% in FY16: Report

    Despite this volume recovery, however, the capacity overhang in the CV sector is likely to continue and could intensify the pricing pressure for original equipment manufacturers, it said.

  • Mahindra Completes 51% Stake Acquisition in Peugeot Motorcycles

    Mahindra Completes 51% Stake Acquisition in Peugeot Motorcycles

    Mahindra Two Wheelers on Tuesday completed the 28 million-euro acquisition of a 51 per cent stake in Peugeot Motorcycles (PMTC), a part of the 54 billion-euro France-based PSA Group.

  • Nissan May Advance Launch of 3rd Datsun Vehicle in India

    Nissan May Advance Launch of 3rd Datsun Vehicle in India

    Japanese auto major Nissan will miss its target of achieving a 10 per cent market share in India by 2016 but may advance the launch of a third vehicle from its Datsun brand in the country to propel growth.

  • Royal Enfield Appoints Rudratej Singh as President

    Royal Enfield Appoints Rudratej Singh as President

    Eicher Motors on Sunday said it has appointed Rudratej Singh as president of Royal Enfield. Prior to this, he was based in Singapore with Unilever as vice president-South Asia, HPC and foods marketing operations.

  • Bajaj Auto Eyes Bigger Market Share With 6 Launches in 6 Months

    Bajaj Auto Eyes Bigger Market Share With 6 Launches in 6 Months

    Bajaj Auto is aiming to regain its lost share in the Indian two-wheeler market with six product launches in the next six months including a new 100 cc bike besides a 400 cc model under its flagship brand Pulsar.

  • Court Extends Stay on Maruti Suzuki Penalty Order

    Court Extends Stay on Maruti Suzuki Penalty Order

    On September 3 last year, MSI got relief when the High Court had given an interim stay to the fair trade watchdog's August 25, 2014 order till the final disposal of similar pleas before the Madras High Court, filed by car manufacturers Hyundai and Nissan.

  • New Projects Needed for Investments to Flow in India: Mahindra

    New Projects Needed for Investments to Flow in India: Mahindra

    The Indian economy is beginning to show signs of recovery but for investments to start flowing, new projects will have to be started, according to Mahindra Group chairman and managing director Anand Mahindra.

  • Restore 10% Excise Duty on Auto Components: Industry Body

    Restore 10% Excise Duty on Auto Components: Industry Body

    The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA) also urged the government to implement GST at the earliest and eliminate customs duty on alloy steel as part of its Budget wishlist.

  • JLR Sales Up 9% in 2014, Eyes Half Million Units in 2015

    JLR Sales Up 9% in 2014, Eyes Half Million Units in 2015

    JLR said in 2014 its manufacturing business expanded from three plants to five. JLR opened its first ever overseas manufacturing plant, in China.

  • Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover to Add 1,300 Jobs in UK

    Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover to Add 1,300 Jobs in UK

    Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is set to announce 1,300 new jobs at its UK plant to build a new car model, as the upmarket manufacturer enters the booming sports utility vehicle (SUV) segment.

  • 2014: Passenger Car Exports Fall Down, Two-Wheelers Up

    2014: Passenger Car Exports Fall Down, Two-Wheelers Up

    Up against road blocks in the traditional export markets, overseas shipments of passenger cars declined 2.65 per cent to 5,47,087 units last year.

  • Gujarat Plant to be Ready by 2017: Suzuki

    Gujarat Plant to be Ready by 2017: Suzuki

    Suzuki Motor Corp's new car manufacturing unit in Gujarat, being set up at an investment of Rs 4,000 crore, will be ready by 2017, chairman Osamu Suzuki said on Sunday.

  • Car Sales Seen Slower After Tax Breaks End: SIAM

    Car Sales Seen Slower After Tax Breaks End: SIAM

    Sales of passenger vehicles in India will grow just 1 per cent in the year to March 2015, at the low end of expectations set and already revised by the country's industry body, officials said, blaming a government decision to scrap tax breaks.

  • Domestic Car Sales Rise 15.26% in December

    Domestic Car Sales Rise 15.26% in December

    Domestic passenger car sales rose 15.26 per cent to 1,52,743 units in December 2014 as compared to 1,32,524 units in December 2013.

  • Bolt Key to Aim of Double Digit Growth in FY16: Tata Motors

    Bolt Key to Aim of Double Digit Growth in FY16: Tata Motors

    On a comeback trail to regain its position in the Indian car market, Tata Motors is banking on new products such as its upcoming compact car Bolt and better customer satisfaction efforts as it eyes double-digit sales growth in the next fiscal year.

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