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  • Bajaj Auto terms union demands as 'insane'

    Bajaj Auto terms union demands as 'insane'

    Two-wheeler maker Bajaj Auto on Thursday termed employee union's demand that the company allocate funds for tribal development from CSR spend and set up a museum in founder Jamnalal Bajaj's name as "insane" and said it will ensure that work is not affected.

  • Jaguar Land Rover to recall 1,923 cars in China: report

    Jaguar Land Rover to recall 1,923 cars in China: report

    Tata-owned British luxury car maker Jaguar Land Rover will recall 1,923 vehicles in China mainly due to problems with their warning lights, a quality watchdog said on Thursday.

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  • Ford to sell Lincoln cars in China for first time

    Ford to sell Lincoln cars in China for first time

    Ford Motor Co has said it will introduce its high-end Lincoln brand to China later this year with plans to open eight dealerships in seven cities.

  • In green car race, Toyota adds muscle with fuel-cell launch

    In green car race, Toyota adds muscle with fuel-cell launch

    Toyota Motor Corp will next year launch a hydrogen-powered car in the United States, Japan and Europe. For now, people at Toyota are calling it the 2015 FC car, for fuel-cell.

  • Loud in a crowd: Nissan range gets grille makeover

    Loud in a crowd: Nissan range gets grille makeover

    Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co is going for a facelift to stand out from the crowd.

  • Bajaj Auto workers warn of strike at Chakan plant

    Bajaj Auto workers warn of strike at Chakan plant

    Bajaj Auto's Chakan plant employees' union has made a fresh set of demands and said it will stop work from April 28 if the automaker's management fails to oblige.

  • Mercedes to revive luxury Maybach brand: report

    Mercedes to revive luxury Maybach brand: report

    Daimler is set to revive Maybach, a brand once coveted by oligarchs, rap stars and royals, to woo a growing class of ultra-wealthy clients in Asia and the United States, a person familiar with the company's plans said.

  • After two bumper years, Toyota braces for shift to slower growth

    After two bumper years, Toyota braces for shift to slower growth

    Japan's most valuable listed company is shifting to a new phase of much slower but more stable growth, senior executives said, as the burst of gains from a weak yen and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's stimulus policies fades.

  • GM to launch product development group focused on safety

    GM to launch product development group focused on safety

    General Motors Co. will create a new global product integrity organization that will focus on product safety and quality, said GM chief executive Mary Barra in a speech on Tuesday.

  • Domestic commercial vehicle sales drop 20.2% in FY14: ICRA

    Domestic commercial vehicle sales drop 20.2% in FY14: ICRA

    The slowing economy and weak consumer sentiment have had a trickle-down impact on demand for LCVs or passenger cars, which shrunk 17.7 per cent during the financial year compared with steady growth in the segment over the past several years.

  • India fourth largest global market for Renault's Duster

    India fourth largest global market for Renault's Duster

    India has become the fourth biggest market for Renault's compact sports utility vehicle Duster globally, with sales touching 85,974 units in the country since the launch of the vehicle in 2012.

  • Documents show GM's early knowledge of switch defect

    Documents show GM's early knowledge of switch defect

    General Motors engineers were well aware of serious problems with ignition switches in GM small cars, but rejected several opportunities to make fixes, according to dozens of confidential documents released on Friday by a Congressional committee investigating the deadly defect.

  • 5 reasons why Maruti Celerio is a grand hit

    5 reasons why Maruti Celerio is a grand hit

    Maruti's new hatchback Celerio is among a handful of models that command a waiting list even in today's sluggish auto market. Last month Maruti Suzuki chairman RC Bhargava told NDTV that the Celerio has been clocking 1,000 bookings a day.

  • Car sales set to rise after two years of decline: SIAM

    Car sales set to rise after two years of decline: SIAM

    Car sales in India are expected to rise marginally this fiscal year after posting two straight years of decline, an industry body said on Friday.

  • Maruti market share in passenger vehicles up to 42%

    Maruti market share in passenger vehicles up to 42%

    Its closest rival remained Hyundai Motors India Ltd with a 15.18 per cent share, while Mahindra & Mahindra (10.15 per cent) overtook Tata Motors (7.94 per cent) to the third spot.

  • Maruti to recall 1 lakh units of Dzire, Swift, Ertiga

    Maruti to recall 1 lakh units of Dzire, Swift, Ertiga

    Maruti clarified that the recall is limited to vehicles within the specified range and does not pertain to any other vehicle of the company.

  • Domestic car sales down 5% per cent in March

    Domestic car sales down 5% per cent in March

    Motorcycle sales last month climbed 16.24 per cent to 9,06,665 units from 7,80,022 units a year earlier, according to data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).

  • Escorts gains; billionaire Jhunjhunwala raises stake

    Escorts gains; billionaire Jhunjhunwala raises stake

    Jhunjhunwala, referred to at times as India's Warren Buffett, bought 700,000 shares in the January-March quarter.

  • Should you invest in Tata Motors DVR shares?

    Should you invest in Tata Motors DVR shares?

    DVR stands for Differential Voting Right. Companies issue DVR shares to prevent any hostile takeover and dilution of voting rights. This also helps strategic investors who are looking at a big investment in a company, but with fewer voting rights. A Tata Motor DVR has 10 per cent voting right as compared to an ordinary Tata Motor share.

  • Volkswagen tells US dealers to stop selling some 2014 model cars

    Volkswagen tells US dealers to stop selling some 2014 model cars

    Volkswagen AG on Wednesday said it will stop selling about 27,000 current model year Jetta, Beetle, Beetle Convertible and Passat cars with 1.8-liter engines and automatic transmissions in North America because transmission oil may leak.

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