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  • Honda Admits Under-Reporting Serious US Accidents Since 2003

    Honda Admits Under-Reporting Serious US Accidents Since 2003

    Honda said in a statement that its count of underreported claims came from a third-party audit.

  • Tata Motors to Focus on Rural Market to Boost Sales

    Tata Motors to Focus on Rural Market to Boost Sales

    Acknowledging that the company needs to do a lot, Mr Pareek said expanding into newer markets and a deeper penetration in the existing ones was on cards.

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  • Royal Enfield on Expansion Mode, to Set Up Third Plant

    Royal Enfield on Expansion Mode, to Set Up Third Plant

    Revving up the throttle on its expansion plans following 'huge' demand, premium motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield is looking at ramping up production at its two facilities here besides setting up a third plant, a top official said.

  • Tata Motors Plans to Launch Trucks With Auto Gear Shift

    Tata Motors Plans to Launch Trucks With Auto Gear Shift

    Tata Motors plans to introduce several new technologies including the automated manual transmission (AMT) in its commercial vehicles in a bid to consolidate its position in the segment.

  • Tata Motors to Treble Commercial Vehicle Exports by 2018-19

    Tata Motors to Treble Commercial Vehicle Exports by 2018-19

    The company, which currently exports products to markets, including Middle East and Africa, plans to bolster dispatches to existing and new markets to achieve the target.

  • Tesla Keen to Enter India, But Says High Import Duty a Roadblock

    Tesla Keen to Enter India, But Says High Import Duty a Roadblock

    The company, however, said India's high duty on imported vehicles and lack of a separate category for electric cars is preventing it from selling its vehicles in the country despite having a huge potential.

  • Toyota Plans to Bring More Hybrid Vehicles in India

    Toyota Plans to Bring More Hybrid Vehicles in India

    The company, which is present in India in a joint venture with the Kirloskar group -- Toyota Toyota Kirloskar Motor, is celebrating the first anniversary of its Camry Hybrid in India during which it has sold 541 units.

  • Tata Motors Focus on Customer Satisfaction, to Woo Back Buyers

    Tata Motors Focus on Customer Satisfaction, to Woo Back Buyers

    Buoyed by the response to its latest compact sedan Zest that managed to pip Honda's Amaze in October sales, the company is also integrating its 'quality process' in the entire product planning system from early design stages right up to the final vehicle.

  • Tata Motors Global Sales Down 7.71% in October

    Tata Motors Global Sales Down 7.71% in October

    In the passenger vehicles category, the global sales last month were at 49,977 units as against 50,814 units in October 2013, down 1.64 per cent, Tata Motors said in a statement.

  • Jaguar Land Rover UK Staff Reject Pay Deal

    Jaguar Land Rover UK Staff Reject Pay Deal

    Talks between the Indian Tata-owned automaker and workers' representatives ended with no agreement in October after the union rejected a pay deal offering staff a rise of at least 3 per cent in each of the next three years.

  • Mahindra Plans to Launch Three New Vehicles in 2015

    Mahindra Plans to Launch Three New Vehicles in 2015

    In the two-wheeler segment, the firm which is in the process of acquiring 51 per cent stake in Peugeot Motocycles for 28 million euros, is eyeing various global markets besides India to launch the French firm's products.

  • General Motors to Shed Over 500 Jobs in US

    General Motors to Shed Over 500 Jobs in US

    Approximately 160 employees will be laid off during 2015 at a factory in Orion, Michigan to "better align with market demand," the company said in an email to AFP, and a plant in Lansing, in the same state, will eliminate 350 of its 1,500 positions for the same reason.

  • Mahindra, Tata Motors Up Prices to Offset Rising Input Costs

    Mahindra, Tata Motors Up Prices to Offset Rising Input Costs

    Auto majors Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra on Tuesday announced price increases in the range of 1-2 per cent citing higher input costs.

  • Car Sales Growth Likely to Miss Target in FY15: SIAM

    Car Sales Growth Likely to Miss Target in FY15: SIAM

    Car sales growth this fiscal year is likely to be below 5 per cent, Sugato Sen, deputy director-general, SIAM, told reporters on Monday.

  • Car Sales Dip 2.5% in October as Festive Purchases Remain Subdued

    Car Sales Dip 2.5% in October as Festive Purchases Remain Subdued

    Motorcycle sales last month also declined 8.73 per cent to 10,08,761 units from 11,05,269 units a year earlier, according to data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).

  • Banking, Auto Stocks to Lead Market Rally: Edelweiss

    Banking, Auto Stocks to Lead Market Rally: Edelweiss

    Edelweiss believes that due to falling crude oil prices and last year's base effect, inflation will come down sharply in the near future, leading to higher real income in the hands of consumer and ultimately higher auto sales.

  • Struggling in India, Toyota Asks Daihatsu Minicar Unit to Help: Report

    Struggling in India, Toyota Asks Daihatsu Minicar Unit to Help: Report

    A similar partnership between Toyota and 51 per cent-owned Daihatsu Motor Co has proved successful for years in Indonesia, Southeast Asia's biggest car market - though that crown may be slipping now.

  • Suzuki Motor Profit Falls 1st Time in 2 Years

    Suzuki Motor Profit Falls 1st Time in 2 Years

    Suzuki, whose subsidiary Maruti Suzuki India Ltd sells almost every other car in India, kept its typically conservative operating profit guidance at 188 billion yen for the full business year ending March 31.

  • BMW Trims Year's Car Sales Expectations as Profits Surge

    BMW Trims Year's Car Sales Expectations as Profits Surge

    While BMW Group is sticking to its goal of selling more than 2 million cars this year, chief financial officer Friedrich Eichiner on Tuesday said BMW now expected a "solid" increase in sales in 2014, backtracking from an earlier forecast of expecting a "significant" increase.

  • Hero MotoCorp to Enter European Markets by End of Next Year

    Hero MotoCorp to Enter European Markets by End of Next Year

    In the first phase of its foray into Europe, the company plans to launch its products in Italy, Spain and France followed by the UK and Germany in the next phase of expansion, Hero MotoCorp Ltd (HMCL) said in a statement.

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