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Maruti to rev up with 800cc diesel engine

Maruti to rev up with 800cc diesel engine

Apr 28, 2015

NEW DELHI: Maruti Suzuki is all set to drive in the country’s most fuel-efficient and smallest 800cc diesel engine in the next two months that will be strapped on its Celerio compact car and soon-to-be-launched mini commercial vehicle. Source: Maruti to rev up with 800cc diesel engine – The Times of...

Renault banks on Lodgy MPV, new small car to double India sales

Renault banks on Lodgy MPV, new small car to double India sales

Apr 28, 2015

Renault banks on Lodgy MPV, new small car to double India sales Firm plans to corner 5% share of the passenger vehicle market in India by the end of 2016 Source: Renault banks on Lodgy MPV, new small car to double India sales –...

Chinese dumping hurting Indian tyre makers

Chinese dumping hurting Indian tyre makers

Apr 27, 2015

With the US imposing anti-dumping duty on Chinese tyres, imports of such tyres into India has surged over the past several months, adding to pressure on Indian tyre makers. Source: Chinese dumping hurting Indian tyre makers | Business Standard...

PM encouraging people to use public transport

PM encouraging people to use public transport

Apr 27, 2015

NEW DELHI: The environment minister Prakash Javadekar on Saturday said that excessive use of private transport was the main reason for poor air quality in Delhi and by travelling in Metro, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is encouraging people to use public transport. Source: PM encouraging people to use public transport: Javadekar – The Times of...

Tata Motors to launch two new cars every year

Tata Motors to launch two new cars every year

Apr 24, 2015

Tata Motors is planning to launch two new cars every year. The cars will have some signature features that are normally not present in same segment cars, and be designed jointly by design studios in India, Italy and the UK. via Tata Motors to launch two new cars every year – Mint Market...

‘There is strong momentum now in India’

‘There is strong momentum now in India’

Apr 24, 2015

Martin Lundstedt, CEO of Scania, was in India three weeks ago to inaugurate the company’s new bus manufacturing plant near Bengaluru. Earlier this week, came the news that he would be moving to head operations at fellow Swedish truck maker, Volvo. Lundstedt, who has been associated with Scania for over two decades and widely respected in the global commercial...

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