Auto majors struggle to convert online bookings to sales


With the Covid-19 lockdown having brought automobile sales to nil in April automakers pulled out all stops to woo customers.

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With very low sales last month, auto sales may hit a record low


Auto companies eked out marginal sales in May, with lockdown due to Covid-19 and economic gloom ensuring overall sales hit a decade low.

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What is in store for the auto industry?


"Flat" industry

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the world, the battered auto sector shouldn’t look for signs of recovery yet. According to a PTI report, the domestic automobile industry is headed for another year of double-digit sales decline this fiscal, given the extended lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, Crisil Research said.

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Tata Motors resumes operations across all manufacturing plants


Tata Motors said it has resumed operations across all its manufacturing plants in the country.

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Luxury cars bring attractive offers to encourage sales


This, perhaps, is the best time to buy a luxury car. The spec sheets for these swish sets of wheels are in real danger of being outdone by the swelling list of purchase offers: EMI holidays, extended loan tenures, and step-up repayment options.

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COVID-19 impact: Major automakers see demand for personal vehicles going up


Automakers like Maruti Suzuki, Honda, Toyota, and Tata Motors expect demand for personal vehicles to go up in the country as social distancing and fear associated with COVID-19 veer people away from public transport.

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2020 Hyundai Verna facelift launched in India, price starts at Rs 9.30 lakh


New Verna

Hyundai has just released a facelifted version of their popular sedan, the Verna. Initially supposed to launch in March, Hyundai had to postpone its plans despite having started booking already. The new version of its mid-sized sedan Verna priced between Rs 9.3 lakh and Rs 15.09 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

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Mahindra unveils online car buying platform


In keeping with auto industry trends of going digital, SUV major, Mahindra & Mahindra announced the launch of its end-to-end online car owning solution called Own-Online. The company’s network of 270 plus dealers & 900 plus touchpoints have been integrated into ‘Own-Online’ for real-time assistance

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20% of auto retailers open shutters on lockdown relaxation; witness muted walkins and enquiries


After a 40-day lockdown and suffering an estimated turnover loss of more than Rs 55,000 crore, the bleeding automotive retail chain is crawling back to work.

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The auto sector may get Rs 1-lakh crore jolt on 45-day shutdown


A 45-day factory shutdown will result in a revenue loss of over Rs. 1 lakh crore for the Indian automotive industry, which amounts to 0.5% of GDP. The country has been locked down from March 25 to May 3, by which factories would have been shut for 40 days, to curb the spread of Covid-19. Most auto plants shut on March 20.

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Vehicle registrations decline sharply by 70 pc in April: Report


Indian automakers reported zero sales in the local market in April with factories and dealerships shut in compliance with government orders to check the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Nil: Local sales shown by auto companies in April


Indian automakers reported zero sales in the local market in April with factories and dealerships shut in compliance with government orders to check the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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SIAM urges government to temporarily cut GST taxes by 10% to boost demand


Automotive industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has urged the government to temporarily cut GST rates by 10% across vehicle categories and introduce an incentive-based vehicle scrappage scheme to spur demand, which has been severely affected due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Passenger vehicle dispatches likely to decline by 10-12 percent in FY21: Icra


Domestic passenger vehicle (PV) dispatches are likely to decline by 10-12 percent in the current financial year due to COVID-19 pandemic, rating agency Icra said recently. Icra said the lockdown will put financial stress on consumer's income level and will result in deferral of non-discretionary items like PVs.

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Auto companies head for zero sales in April, a first for the industry


The Indian automobile industry is set to post almost zero sales in April — the first time in its history — as factories and dealerships are shut due to the nationwide lockdown.

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Electric vehicle sales up 20% in FY20


Electric vehicle sales in the country increased by 20% to 156,000 units in the last financial year.

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Automakers turn to online sales to boost volumes amid COVID-19 outbreak


Automobile companies Hyundai Motor India, MG Motor and Mercedes-Benz are turning to online portals to boost sales, expecting customers to make a slow return to physical showrooms once the lockdown is lifted.

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COVID-19 to pull back India's passenger vehicle and truck market by a decade


COVID-19 could drag India’s automotive industry back to a time-period when smart-phones were work-in-progress, iPods rivaled iPhones in sales, and 'connected cars' meant a roadside assistance helpline mechanism that worked.

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Cars you won't be able to buy in India anymore


The introduction of new emission norms always means a period of change for automakers across the country, and this year it’s BS-BS-VI. The newest norms came into effect from April 1. These regulations, however, mean that we won’t be seeing some cars on the road anymore.

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Lockdown due to coronavirus deepens woes of automobile dealers: Ind-Ra


The nationwide lockdown has deepened the woes of automobile dealers as the COVID-19 pandemic crippling most economic and commercial activities will negatively impact demand for automobiles, according to India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra).

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Lockdown: Automakers go digital to sell BS-IV inventory


With auto showrooms closed across India due to the current lockdown, leading automakers are tweaking their customer outreach strategy by harnessing the digital mode. With the Supreme Court has given a 10- day breather to sell 10% of unsold BS4 inventory and BS6 emission vehicles set to come in from April 1

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Car Sales March 2020


Automobile sales across categories crashed last month, hit by weak consumer sentiment, low stock on account of transition to BS-VI emission standards and the nationwide lockdown to check the spread of COVID-19.

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Auto companies send tips on maintaining vehicles


Automakers are using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other mobile applications to share tips on how to protect vehicles as they sit unused during the nationwide stay-at-home order.

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Despite the outbreak, sales of BS-VI vehicles cross over 1 million


Auto majors have placed more than a million BS-VI passenger vehicles on Indian roads despite the COVID-19 pandemic playing spoilsport. While some players are yet to launch their BS-VI portfolio due to the lockdown, others started a year in advance, experts said.

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Over 40 diesel cars, SUVs to go off-road this April


Diesel versions of over 40 cars and SUVs will be phased out from the market as companies shift their focus completely to petrol models and cleaner CNG and electric versions, with the onset of the BS6 emission norms era.

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Auto Component industry facing Rs 1,000-1,200 crore production loss each day: ACMA


The auto component industry is staring at production loss of Rs 1000-1200 crore per day due to the nationwide lockdown imposed by the government to check the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Industry body Automotive Component Manufacturers' Association (ACMA) said with a three-week lockdown announced by the government, production has come to a stand-still in the automotive industry across the country.

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Hyundai Elite i20 BS6 petrol launched in India, price starts at Rs 6.50 lakh


Hyundai Elite i20 launched

Hyundai has launched the BSVI version of its premium hatchback Hyundai i20 and discontinued the older BSIV version adhering to the new emission norms that will kick in from April 1.

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COVID-19 impact: Vehicle makers announce support package for crisis-hit dealers


Vehicle manufacturers have assured their dealer partners of financial and other support as they are facing a major crisis due to the lockdown coupled with unsold BS-IV inventory.

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Renault Duster BS 6 launched in India, price starts at 8.49 lakh


Duster SUV launched

French auto major Renault has launched BS-VI version of its popular SUV Duster in India with price starting at Rs 8.49 lakh. Pricing of the SUV goes up to Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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Ready to halt Pune plant if coronavirus concerns deepen: Tata Motors


Tata Motors is rapidly scaling down activity at its car factory in Maharashtra and is preparing to close it if concerns about coronavirus deepen, the company said.

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Auto sales down 19.08%; economic slowdown, BS-VI transition take a toll


Automobile sales across categories declined last month with carmakers aligning stocks ahead of the industry’s transition to BS-VI emission standards in the new fiscal year beginning April 1 amid a slowdown in the broader economy.

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Maruti, Toyota, Tata Motors & other auto giants to stop production of few models


Come April 1, some of the popular passenger vehicles to run on Indian roads will go missing as auto manufacturers are rationalizing the number of vehicles they produce given the high cost of transition to BS-VI variants.

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Hyundai commences bookings for new Creta


Auto major Hyundai Motor India recently said it has commenced bookings of the all-new version of its SUV Creta. Customers can now book the upcoming model through the company's website or at dealerships for Rs 25,000, Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) said in a statement.

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Car Sales February 2020


Passenger vehicle sales declined last month in a sluggish market, with carmakers aligning stocks ahead of the industry’s transition to BS-VI emission standards in the new fiscal year beginning April 1.

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Bookings open for Volkswagen T-Roc. Check features


Bookings open for Volkswagen T-Roc German automaker Volkswagen has commenced the booking of its SUV T-Roc, which is set make its debut in April

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MG Motors India received 50,000 bookings for Hector in just eight months


MG Motor India said bookings for its SUV Hector have crossed 50,000 units in just eight months since its launch and plans to launch a six-seater version of the model later this year. The model has already sold nearly 20,000 units since its entry into India last year 2019.

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Maruti Suzuki launches new Ignis, priced at Rs 4.89 Lakhs


Maruti Ignis 2020 priced at Rs 4.89 Lakhs

The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) launched BS-VI compliant version of its premium compact car Ignis priced between Rs 4.89-7.19 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

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Toyota banks on Maruti to stay in key segments


The masses and the classes are spectral ends too wide apart for a Japanese carmaker to straddle in India, and Toyota seems better off relying on the leader Maruti to retain its identity in the more competitive segment of the layered and complex home market.

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Electric Vehicles may get 2,600 charging stations in a year


Electric vehicles (EVs) charging infrastructure will be available every four kilometres in big cities within a year, following the award of 2,600 charging stations to state-run companies, said people aware of the matter. This would address the issue of anxiety over the range of EVs, they said.

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1 in 5 cars sold in India comes with automatic transmission


Nearly one out of every five cars sold in the local market today comes strapped with automatic transmission, as Indians increasingly opt for vehicles that are easier to drive in congested cities.

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Car Sales January 2020


Let's take a quick look at some of the carmakers performed in terms of sales in the month of December 2019. Maruti Suzuki started off the New Year on a positive note, reporting increased sales after months of de-growth.

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Mahindra eKUV100 Launched in India; Priced At Rs. 8.25 Lakh


Homegrown auto major Mahindra & Mahindra introduced an electric variant of its compact SUV KUV100 at the starting price of Rs 8.25 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi post FAME benefits) at Auto Expo here on 5th Feb 2020.

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Budget 2020 proposes to hike customs duty on imported EV to promote local production


Imported electric vehicles are set to become costlier as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced an increase in customs duty on various kinds of such vehicles as the government pushes to promote local production.

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Tata Nexon EV launched in India, price starts at Rs 13.99 lakh


The age of EVs

Tata Motors has launched Nexon EV, its electric variant of their highest selling compact sports utility vehicle at a starting price of Rs 13.99 lakh. The vehicle was unveiled last year in December and the company plans of launching four more EV models, including SUVs, a hatchback and sedan in the next two years.

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Tata Motors Altroz launched, price starts at Rs 5.29 lakh


Tata Motors Altroz launched

Tata Motors launched the Altroz premium hatchback in India, with the starting price of Rs 5.29 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The price ranges up to 9.29 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

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Family buyers drive multiple purpose vehicles sales up amid slowdown


The family pack is very much in demand – and is moving at a fast clip in an otherwise sputtering auto market. Led by a series of new launches, the multiple purpose vehicles (MPV), or family cars, are back.

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Audi Q8 launched in India at Rs 1.33 Crore


Price of Audi Q8

Audi Q8, the range-topping flagship SUV from the German automobile giant, was launched here on Wednesday at Rs 1.33 crore ex-showroom).

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Mahindra e-KUV to be priced under Rs 9 lakh, launch in Q1 FY21


Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) is looking to introduce an affordable electric vehicle priced below Rs 9 lakh to expand its offerings in the shared mobility segment, it's MD Pawan Goenka said.

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Luxury car sales in 2019 witness the biggest drop in over a decade


Sales of luxury cars in India declined by about 15% last year — the steepest drop in more than a decade — as a slump in economic activity, high import duty and expectation of a reduction in goods and services tax (GST) rates weighed on demand.

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Government approves 2,636 new charging stations in 62 cities: Prakash Javadekar


The government has given sanction for setting up 2,636 charging stations in 62 cities across 24 states and union territories under the FAME India scheme which will encourage original equipment manufacturers

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Car Sales December 2019


Indian auto industry wrapped up one of its most difficult periods in the year 2019 as sales of cars and SUVs went into a free fall, witnessing the biggest decline in over two decades as rising uncertainties, difficult financing, and the economic slump kept buyers away despite heavy discounts.

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2020 Hyundai Aura compact sedan bookings open, launch on January 21


Hyundai Motor India Ltd has opened the bookings for its upcoming compact sedan Aura that will launch on 21st January 2020, informs the automaker in a release.

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Carmakers give last of the best BS-IV discounts


Maruti Suzuki calls it the best offer of the year and Tata Motors says the best in a decade; for Hyundai Motor India, it is a December delight.

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Vintage vehicles soon with special number plates


In a respite for enthusiasts and collectors of vintage cars, classic vehicles of more than 50 years of age may flash special number plates and enjoy exemption from scrappage once the regulation for these vehicles is formalized.

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MG Motor unveils ZS EV, its first electric car in India


MG Motor unveils its electric SUV car ZS

MG Motor India, a part of China's SAIC Motor Corporation, has unveiled its electric SUV model ZS. This is MG's second product in India after the Hector SUV.

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Automobile manufacturers to hike prices from January to absorb input costs


A new car this new year is going to be a costlier deal as automakers gear up for a price hike after tepid sales and heavy discounts eroded profit margins, leaving no room to accommodate the surge in input costs.

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Car Sales November 2019


Auto sales remained lukewarm in the month of November despite decent festive season sales with the majority of automakers recording a year-on-year (YOY) decline in sales.

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Tata Motors Altroz to launch in January 2020


Tata Motors teases Altroz

Tata Motors has confirmed the that its first-ever premium hatchback, the Altroz, will launch in January 2020

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Mercedes-Benz unveils Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 SUV: Ultra-luxury on four wheels


A new form of luxury

The long-anticipated Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 has been finally revealed to the world, and it's every bit as opulent as you'd expect it to be.

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A slowdown in the auto sector cyclical; government taking steps to support the sector


Terming the slowdown in the automobile sector as cyclical, the government recently said it is taking various steps including the release of funds worth Rs 70,000 crore to PSU banks to help the sector.

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Ford unveils Mustang Mach E, its first all-electric SUV


What's in the name?

Ford Motor Co has tried and failed to generate interest in utilitarian electric vehicles such as a battery-powered Focus compact car. Now, the company is using the high-performance image of its Mustang muscle cars to sell an electric SUV.

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Audi to launch Q8 SUV in India in January 2020


German luxury carmaker Audi will bring its flagship SUV Q8 in India in January next year as part of its strategy to strengthen presence in the country by 2025.

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Car Sales October 2019


Passenger car makers across the board reported better retail sales in October as steep discounts and offers revived consumer sentiment in the month dominated by two major festivals.

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Motown queens fail to live up to top safety standards in tests


India’s top-selling hatchbacks, Maruti Suzuki WagonR and Hyundai Santro, received two stars and the Datsun RediGo got a single star in crash tests conducted by UK-based private vehicle safety group Global NCAP.

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Festive cheer for carmakers, car sales pick up


India’s carmakers have reason to cheer, having got a festive season bump after six months of plummeting sales. Sales rose 5-7% this Navratri, Dussehra, and Dhanteras from the year-earlier numbers for the same festive period.

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Toyota plan early launch of battery EVs in India in partnership with Suzuki


Japan’s largest automaker Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is working closely with Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) to introduce a compact battery electric vehicle (BEVs) in the Indian market at an early stage, said a top official in the company.

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Volvo unveils its first fully electric car XC40 Recharge


XC40 Recharge unveiled

Swedish luxury car-maker Volvo has unveiled the XC40 Recharge. It is the maiden model of the Volvo cars in the automobile manufacturer's fresh Recharge car line concept.

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Tata Motors launches its first electric car for personal buyers


Tata Motors today announced its first electric car for personal buyers - a more-practical version of its Tigor EV that goes up to 213 kilometers on a single charge (ARAI-certified) with a starting ex-showroom price of Rs 9.44 lakh.

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Renault unveils Kwid facelift, price starts at Rs 2.83 lakh


Renault Kwid facelift launched

Renault has launched the all-new Kwid hatchback in India a starting price of Rs 2,83,290 (ex-showroom). The price for the updated Kwid ranges up to Rs 4,84,490 (ex-showroom).

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Car Sales September 2019


Major automobile makers, including Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, Toyota and Honda, reported double-digit declines in domestic passenger vehicle sales in September as the onset of the festive season failed to lift the ongoing slump in the auto industry.

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Re-registering cars older than 15 years likely to go up by 25 times


Holding on to your over 15-year-old personal or commercial vehicle will become more expensive if the road transport ministry’s fresh proposal for voluntary scrapping is approved by the government

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Datsun Go & Go+ CVT booking open: All you need to know


Automated manual transmission (AMT) is steadily making inroads in the market with the manufacturers providing them in entry-level cars. Undoubtedly, the AMT simplifies the driving experience in start-stop traffic but come with a set of drawbacks.

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Reduced prices, festive offers to boost auto sales


With no respite from the GST Council on the rate cut, the automobile companies are now purely depending on the discount offers to boost sales this festive season.

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Corporate tax cuts to have little impact on auto sales: Report


A massive reduction in corporate tax rates will have minimal impact to revive the steeply falling auto demand as the 10-12 percentage points reduction in the levy on companies can at best lead to a 1-2 percent discounts only, says a report.

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Tata Motors launches TACNet 2.0 to collaborate with Auto Tech Start-ups


Tata Motors recently announced the launch of a new platform, TACNet 2.0, to tap start-ups and technology firms as it seeks to harness new solutions in the automobile and mobility ecosystem.

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Automobile sales in India see the worst-ever fall in 21 years


India’s passenger vehicle sales declined the most in two decades in August due to a continuing slump in demand amid slowing economic activity and an increase in vehicle ownership costs.

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All-new 2020 Land Rover Defender SUV unveiled


It's back

British SUV manufacturer Land Rover has unveiled the new-generation Defender SUV that comes with a completely redesigned appearance.Based on the D7x architecture, the SUV is claimed to be capable of to withstand extreme road and weather conditions and it will be available in 128 global markets, informs the company in a release.

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Used car market to touch $25 billion by 2023: OLX


Month on month the Indian auto sector is reporting declining sales. However, the picture looks more promising in the used car market. Value conscious buyers are hunting for bargains in the pre- owned segment and driving away with great deals.

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Volvo launches its first-ever three-seater luxury car in India


Swedish carmaker Volvo eyes India as the next big luxury car market as it chose the country for the global launch of its first-ever three-seater luxury car.

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Car Sales August 2019


Major automobile manufacturers including Maruti Suzuki India, Hyundai, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors and Honda reported a high double-digit decline in their sales in August as the Indian auto sector continued to reel under one of the worst slowdowns in its history.

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Maruti launches XL6 starting at Rs 9.79 lakh


Maruti Suzuki launched a six-seater XL6 with stylish exteriors coupled with plush interiors on 21 August 2019, starting at a price of Rs 9.7 lakh.

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This is the best time to buy cars, you will get huge discounts on several models.


If you are planning to buy a new car, this may the best time. To boost sales amid tepid demand, car companies have announced several schemes like cash discounts, extended warranty, and free insurance, while country's biggest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has announced waiver of processing fee on car loans.

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Government unlikely to offer GST concessions to auto firms


The government is unlikely to offer goods and services tax (GST) concessions to the auto sector as it believes that companies have been slow in responding to consumer demand on BS-VI. Besides, it fears that sops to one sector will open the floodgates to demands from other sectors.

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Renault targets sales of 7000 units of Triber per month


French carmaker Renault today announced that the bookings for its all-new product, Triber, will start from 17 August. Consumers can book the car for a token amount of Rs 11,000 from the company’s website or at dealerships.

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Car Sales July 2019


Auto sales in July continued to go down as companies curtailed dispatches to dealers owing to poor demand, showed the monthly sales data released by auto companies recently. Major automobile manufacturers Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata Motors and Toyota.

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Now you can own a brand new car without buying it


Mover over EMIs

Till now you have either owned a car or hired one. Now, you are free to "subscribe" for a car. With rising fuel costs, interest rates as well as rapidly depreciating value, four Indian automobile makers are hoping to survive the downturn with the subscription model.

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These SUVs witnessing strong booking and sales numbers


The slowdown doesn't bite these SUVs

Amid a slowdown in the auto industry, a new set of products has been able to buck the trend, witnessing strong booking and sales numbers. And, in line with the preference of Indian buyers for offroaders, these products happen to be SUVs — ranging from the sub-Rs 10-lakh mini Hyundai Venue to the Rs 40-lakh-plus Volvo XC40.

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GST on electric vehicles set to be slashed from 12% to 5%


In a landmark move by the government, the GST Council has brought down the GST rate on electric vehicles (EVs) to 5 percent from 12 percent. The move has come as a shot in the arm for the auto industry which has been pushing for a tax boost to promote the sale of EVs.

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Central Government proposes scrapping of vehicles older than 15 years


The government on Friday proposed amendments to Motor vehicle norms to allow scrapping of vehicles older than 15 years in a bid to spur adoption of electrical vehicles. In a draft notification, the government proposed renewal of fitness certificates for vehicles older than 15 years every six months instead of the current timeframe of one year.

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Car sales fall for the eighth month in a row


India recorded an eighth successive month of falling car sales Wednesday, with June seeing a 25 percent decrease, adding to a multi-day slump in Indian stocks. Industry data showed passenger vehicle sales falling 17.5 percent last month year-on-year to 225,732 units, with domestic car sales off 25 percent.

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Kia Seltos' pre-bookings get an overwhelming response, Here's all you need to know


Kia Motors, the world’s 8th largest auto manufacturer revealed that the pre-bookings of the Seltos has generated an overwhelming response with 6,046 bookings on the first day itself.

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Hyundai launches fully electric Kona SUV in India at Rs 25.3 lakh


Hyundai Motor launched India’s first fully-electric SUV in the national capital on July 9, 2019, at an introductory price of Rs 25.3 lakh (ex-showroom). The dual-tone colour option would fetch an additional Rs 20,000.

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Now, Tata Harrier comes with dual tone colour option


Tata Motors had recently announced that its flagship SUV Harrier had crossed 10,000 customers just six months after its launch in January. To mark this milestone, the company launched dual tone colour options on the model.

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Car Sales June 2019


Car sales have gone down the drain in India in the last few months and there is no sign of improvement going forward. Major automobile manufacturers Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata Motors and Toyota reported a decline in domestic passenger vehicle sales in June, continuing the prolonged slump in the market due to poor consumer sentiments.

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Budget 2019 shows government wants you to drive electric vehicles


The Union Budget 2019-20 proposed a slew of measures to boost electric vehicles. Here's all you need to know about the initiatives announced for the automobile and infrastructure sector:

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MG Hector SUV launched in India, prices start Rs 12.18 lakh


Hello Hector

British carmaker MG (Morris Garages) Motor on 28 June 2019 launched the much-awaited Hector at an introductory price of Rs 12.18 lakh to Rs 16.88 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The name 'Hector' refers to the Royal Hector biplane which was used by the Royal Air Force (UK) in the 1930s.

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Now choose the registration number of your choice at the time of Car purchase for Rs 25,000


Want a fancy car registration number?

Buying a new car? You can now choose a registration number of your choice by paying Rs 25,000. Delhi government’s transport department auctions the most sought after ‘fancy numbers’, such as 0001 or 9999, for a hefty minimum reserve price.

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Auto industry united in seeking GST rate cut on vehicles: SIAM


Automobile industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) said recently all its members are totally united in seeking a reduction in the GST rate from 28 percent to 18 percent on vehicles.

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