Festive cheer for PVs in rural markets

According to ICRA Research, today, the rural market makes a healthy 35-40% contribution to the overall Passenger Vehicles (PVs) sales in India, as opposed to a 25-30% in FY2014.

Over the last five years, the rural market has witnessed significant reforms enabling the Indian population to move up the value chain and expand income levels. Even the COVID-19 pandemic turned po...

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Will Magnite be a game changer for Nissan?

Nissan’s new compact SUV, the Magnite, has a lot riding on it. From the looks of it, it should cut the mustard at all levels, but then, analysts will be analysts.

In what seems to many to be a desperate move to survive in the Indian market, Nissan India, has finally unveiled its B-SUV, the Nissan Magnite. This is the company’s first ever prod...

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Kicking the hornet's nest

The action just shifted to the sub-400cc Retro motorcycle segment and whoever said picking one was going to be easy, was kidding.

The sub-400cc Retro motorcycle segment is hotting up with Honda deciding to enter this class by launching the H'ness CB350. It is the Japanese manufacturer’s first classic motorcycle in t...

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Screw it, let's exit

The legendary American motorcycle manufacturer, Harley Davidson, packs up, leaving its 25,300 Indian customers and 35 dealers in the lurch. Dealer association, FADA, cries foul and plans to take up the issue with the Government, demanding a strong Franchise Protection Act in the country.

Just when dealers thought that the arrival of the Festive season would bring with it a new hope of revival, washing away their pandemic blues, the news of Harley Davidson Motor ...

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It's raining discounts

Car companies and Banks are going all out to woo potential buyers

With the festive season starting there is reason for customers to rejoice as both, car companies and banks, are ready with goody bags, to lure customers to loosen their purse strings. The sector wh...

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