Luxury sports car maker Porsche is planning to enter used cars market in India in the medium term as it looks to enhance customer base in the country, according to a senior company official. The company, which sells a range of luxury sports cars and sports utility vehicles (SUVs) such as the 718, 911, Macan and Cayenne priced between Rs 69.98 lakh to Rs 1.63 crore, currently has a total of about 3,500 customers in India.
Honda Amaze or Maruti Dzire? Which car should you buy? Which car is best for your needs? Which car would suit your requirements the best? These are some of the basic questions every car buyer asks themselves. If you are confused between Honda Amaze and Maruti Dzire, here are all your questions answered.
Toyota's six-seat luxury MPV Vellfire, that is slated to compete against the Mercedes-Benz V Class, is all set to launch in India on February 26. The expected price for Toyota's newest edition in the Indian market is expected to be between Rs 68 and Rs 80 lakh. Japanese carmaker Toyota has already started taking the pre-booking orders for the car at select dealerships.
Kia Seltos and MG Hector were arguably the two most decorated car launches of 2019. Korean carmaker KIA and British manufacturer Morris Garages both made a debut in India with these two cars. Ironically, both Seltos and Hector fall in the same segment -- compact SUVs -- A segment which has, over the years, increased its market by leaps and bounce.
India' largest buyer and seller of luxury used cars, Big Boy Toyz, is all set to expand its business to Kolkata and Ahmedabad. The plans to open new stores is in its initial stages of development and could be implemented by 2020-21 financial year.
Domestic passenger vehicle sales declined 6.2 per cent in January as vehicle demand continued to be stressed by rising cost of ownership and slower GDP growth, automobile industry body SIAM said on Monday. Passenger vehicle sales last month stood at 2,62,714 units against 2,80,091 units in the year-ago month, according to data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).
Hyundai has exhibited the all-new Creta at the Auto Expo 2020. Charmed with the presence of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan, Creta stole the limelight at the yearly auto exhibition show.
Maruti Suzuki Jimny: At the Auto Expo 2020, Maruti Suzuki's latest unveil - Jimny - stole the show. The lightweight 4x4 off-roader was displayed in olive-green army colour and looked apart as far as muscular cars go.
Electric Vehicles and EV infrastructure have been a big talking point in this year's Auto Expo. From Indian carmakers like Tata Motors to global giants like KIA motors, several brands exhibited their latest entries into the EV mainframe. A range of Electric Vehicles were on display at the Auto Expo 2020. Here are the top 5 EVs that you should not miss going forward.
Rolls-Royce is by far the epitome of luxury automotive in this world. To own a Rolls-Royce, one doesn't just need money, but quite a lot more. But the story of the origination of Rolls-Roys is equally intriguing. It all started when a privileged boy met another boy who used to sell newspapers at the age of nine. 143 years down the line, here we are talking of their exploits and their brand that still rules the world.
Coronavirus is rapidly turning into a world disaster death toll now well into the 400s. Despite most of these death being in China, the number of infected cases in over 20 countries means that it is highly likely that Coronavirus is yet to reach its peak in the international community.
Hinduja Group's Ashok Leyland on Monday said that it has become the world's third-largest bus maker. Company's claim was based on the latest figures released by SIAM, OICA and IHS Markit. Ashok Leyland sold a total of 23,100 buses in 2019, the company said in a press release.
Sales in the auto sector remained slow in the month of January. While India's largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki, recorded a marginal gain, Hyundai and Tata Motors remained in the red.
The all new BS-VI compliant Honda Amaze 2020 has been launched by the Japanese carmaker. Honda's entry segment sedan Amaze will compete with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Volkswagen Ameo. The car will be available with a 1.2-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine options.
Indian carmaker Tata has launched an EV version of its popular car Nexon. Priced at Rs 13.99 lakh, Tata Nexon EV was unveiled in December 2019. Tata Motors plans to launch four more electric vehicles (EV) models, including two SUVs, one hatchback and one sedan in the next 24 months, Tata Sons Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran announced at the launch.
On one hand, the automobile sector would look out for incentives to gain back its lost footing, while on the other it would want the government to boost its development prospects for the future. With the Budget all set to be announced on February 1, here are some automobile-centric expectations from the Union Budget 2020
Bajaj Auto is all set to collaborate with British motorcycle brand Triumph to bring brand new mid-capacity bikes to Indian roads. Bajaj and Triumph on Friday formally commenced their non-equity global partnership to manufacture a new range of mid-capacity motorcycles in the country.
Hyundai has launched its all-new entry segment sedan Aura. The Hyundai Aura will replace the Hyundai Xcent which is currently the entry segment sedan sold by the Korean carmaker in the Indian market. Priced at Rs 5.79 lakh the Aura will compete with the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Honda Amaze amongst others.
Bajaj has relaunched one of its most iconic products in India -- The Bajaj Chetak -- which is now an electric scooter. The Bajaj Chetak Electric has made a comeback in India after 15 years. Sales for the scooter will begin first in Pune and Bengaluru before spreading out to the rest of the country. The launch will give a major boost to the EV sector in India. More two-wheeler makers are likely to follow Bajaj into entering the mainstream EV as technology and accessibility improve with time.
In one of the most widely anticipated two-wheeler launches, Bajaj will reintroduce one of its most popular scooters -- Bajaj Chetak -- in the Indian market today. The new Bajaj Chetak will be an Electric Vehicle and will be called Bajaj Chetak Electric. This gives a massive thumbs up to the growing EV sector in India. With Bajaj entering the fray, more bike and scooter makers are sure to follow suit. Here is everything you can expect from the Bajaj Chetak Electric scooter.
Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Monday said its compact SUV Vitara Brezza has crossed five lakh sales mark within four years of its launch. The company had showcased the model at 2016 Auto Expo.
Royal Enfield 2020: Some of the most important things riders need to consider are safety and security, both of the rider and the bike. Here are the top 8 security and safety-related questions answered by Royal Enfield themselves.
Muscle bikemaker Royal Enfield has launched the all new Classic 350 bike. One of the most popular bikemakers in India, Royal Enfield has a strong fanbase. The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 is BS-VI compliant and comes with major mechanical and aesthetic changes. Here is everything that is new with the new Royal Enfield Classic 350
Japanese carmaker Honda is offering major buyers benefits of up to Rs 5 lakhs on cars in India. From Amaze to CRV benefits offers are available across Honda's fleet of cars in India. Honda is one of the most popular car manufactures in India. After a turbulent 2019, Honda is looking to get its sales back on track in 2020. To that effect, Honda has rolled out a series of benefits on its best-selling cars. Here is everything you need to know about latest Honda cars offers.
Hyundai has opened bookings for its newest entry segment sedan Aura. Hyundai Aura, which will replace Hyundai Xcent as the Korean carmaker's cheapest sedan in India, is set to launch on January 21. The car is expected to be priced between Rs 5.82-9.79 lakh (ex-showroom).
Exciting new prospects are in store as far as new car launches in 2020 are concerned. From entry level sedans to luxury SUVs, the year will have something for everyone. IndiaTV Auto brings to you a list of top 5 car launches you can look forward to in 2020.
2019 was not the best of the years for the Indian auto market. Top car manufacturers witnessed the worst crisis in over 2 decades with the sales figures nosediving. Some of the makers tried to restore parity with big discounts and buyer's benefits in the festive season. 2019 also saw some of the major car launches. Some international brands made a debut in the Indian market while other pre-existing brands relaunched their most popular cars. Here are the top 5 car launches in India from 2019
2019 has been a turbulent year for the Indian auto market. For large parts of the year, many of the major automakers suffered a loss of revenue and a downturn in sales. On several accounts, this has been the worst auto crisis in over 2 decades. Having said that, the decade, in general, has been one of success and innovation. Here are the top 10 cars that broke through in the last 10 years in the Indian market
Maruti Suzuki has launched the all-new Alto VXi+ featuring latest features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The refreashed Alto will also offer 'SmartPlay Studio', a 17.8 cm touchscreen infotainment system based on the ones found on the higher end Maruti Cars like Baleno and Ciaz.
Happy Birthday WagonR: In the year 1999, Maruti launched a car that would go on to become one of the most popular and widely sold car in India. 20 years down the line, Maruti has brought to the Indian roads, 3 generations of the car and sold over 24 lakh units. The biggest feather in the hat of Maruti is that despite 2 decades full of international automotive brands flexing their muscles in India, Maruti WagonR still features in the list of the top 10 sold cars.
Rolls Royce is to cars what Apple is to compact tech. Not merely the industry leader, but a brand that sets standards. And Rolls Royce has been setting some astonishingly high standards lately. In 2018, Rolls Royce unveiled its first all-wheel drive (AWD) car in SUV Cullinan. Named after Cullinan Diamond (the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever discovered), Cullinan has a price tag of $ 325,000 in the USA.
The Korean carmaker, Hyundai, has announced that the prices of its cars will be increased from January 2020. The company has cited rising input and material costs as the reason behind the price hike. Hyundai, however, hasn't revealed the new prices of its cars.
Two-wheeler major Hero MotoCorp will raise ex-showroom prices of motorcycles and scooters from January 1, 2020. According to the company, the price increase across the two-wheeler range will be up to Rs 2,000.
The extraordinary Tesla Cybertruck was seen cruising at a Los Angeles freeway and who was the man behind the wheel? None other than Elon Musk himself. Tesla CEO showcased the Cybertruck on November 22 in grand fashion and now was seen driving it in downtown Los Angeles.
Maruti Suzuki, India's biggest and most trusted carmaker, will raise the price of it's highest selling cars from January 2020. As per reports, the price increase will vary from model to model. Maruti Suzuki Swift, Dzire, WagonR, Baleno, Ertiga are amongst cars which will cost more starting next year.
German Marque Mercedes-Benz on Tuesday launched the all-new GLC in the Indian market. The GLC is the SUV version of the popular Merc C-Class. The new GLC will take on BMW X3, Volvo XC60 and Audi Q3.