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To be imported from China SAIC-owned MG Motors is having big plans for its Indian operations. After launching the heavily localized MG Hector SUV (re-engineered version of China-spec Baojun 530) in mid-2019, the automaker will be gearing up to introduce it’s all-electric

Diesel prices today hit a record high of Rs 69.46 per litre while petrol rates inched towards Rs 78 a litre mark after a fall in rupee made imports costlier. Diesel price was today hiked about 14 paise per litre

Mahindra dealers have begun accepting bookings for the new Marazzo (U321) MPV, which is slated to launch on September 3, 2018. Mahindra is set to introduce the Marazzo MPV in the Indian market on September 3, 2018. A handful of dealers

Following a relentless petrol and diesel price increase that saw litre price go up by almost 4 bucks in 16 days, the last 3 days has effected price cuts at a meagre 1 paisa, 7 paise and 6 paise. While

The 2019 Suzuki Jimny will be seen as a replacement for the ageing Gypsy in India but Maruti Suzuki has yet to make an official confirmation. As a host of examples have been recently spotted inside factory premises in Japan

Maruti & Honda to launch petrol hybrid cars & SUVs in India Hybrid cars from Maruti Suzuki and Honda are 2-4 years away from launch Both Maruti and Honda are readying full-hybrid cars for the Indian market. The launch of

The Maruti Dzire is India’s best-selling car yet again! As shown by February 2018 sales figures, the compact sedan has just about managed to outsell the Alto hatchback in February 2018, with sales of 20,941 units compared to the Alto’s 19,760

Nearly half of the roadways buses coming from other states to Delhi cause severe air pollution, a special drive by Delhi government’s transport department to check pollution revealed. The transport department has been carrying out a drive against vehicles that don’t have a valid Pollution

In India’s heavy-duty trucking industry, Mahindra Trucks and Buses Division has been a peripheral force for years. But in the first half of FY18, the company is just behind the traditional winners in the largely two-horse race, and has pulled ahead of

Ashok Leyland is looking at investing Rs 400-500 crore in its electric vehicle business over the next three to five years. Managing director Vinod Dasari told ETthat the commercial vehicle manufacturer, the flagship firm of the Hinduja Group, aims to be future