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Jun 09, 2017
Passenger vehicle sales rise 9%, car sales up 5% in May: SIAMTotal two-wheeler sales in May grew 11.89 percent to 16,94,325 units as compared to 15,14,334 units in the year-ago month
May 18, 2017
GM to stop selling cars in India by year-end, make Talegaon unit export-onlyThe move is the latest blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Make in India initiative," aimed at making the country a global manufacturing powerhouse.
May 09, 2017
India's passenger vehicles sales jump 15% in April at 2.77 lakh units, car sales rise 17%Domestic car sales rose 17.36 percent to 1,90,788 units as against 1,62,566 units in April last year
May 02, 2017
April car sales in top gear; Maruti, Tata see double-digit growth as note ban impact wears offAnalysts see the automotive industry getting back to growth trajectory with overall environment supporting its growth this year
Apr 27, 2017
Maruti Suzuki Q4 net profit up 16% to Rs 1,709 cr"Growth in volumes, increase in share of the company's higher segment models, benefits due to full capacity utilisation and cost reduction efforts contributed to increase in profits," MSI said.
Mar 10, 2017
Auto sales move to recovery lane as note ban impact wears offArray
Mar 10, 2017
Car sales grow 4.9% in February, passenger vehicles up 9%Vehicle sales across categories registered a marginal increase at 17,19,699 units from 17,03,736 in February 2016, it added
Feb 09, 2017
Car sales rise 11% to 186,523 units; passenger vehicles up 14% in JanDomestic car sales were up 10.83 percent at 186,523 units as against 168,303 units in January last year
Jan 18, 2017
Surge in demand from cab-aggregators like Ola and Uber is propping up India's vehicle industryAt a time when demonetisation and the diesel vehicle ban in Delhi impacted the sales of cars, cab-aggregators pushed India’s car market into a new era of growth.
Jan 11, 2017
Auto sales at 16-yr low: Only a return to cash can ring in a quick turnaroundClearly the impact of demonetisation is more pronounced on those categories where a large number of units are not financed and those where a majority of sales happen in the rural areas