The auto major had discontinued diesel models from its portfolio with the onset of stricter BS-VI emission norms from April
Extension of BS-VI deadline unlikely to do 'any good' to auto industry; buying sentiment likely to remain low after lockdown: Report
During the April-February period of 2019-20, sales witnessed a decline of 12.7% year-on-year on account of weak demand for commercial vehicles, two- and three-wheelers as well as passenger vehicles.
Automobile dealers' body approaches SC seeking extension of sale, registration of BS-IV vehicles till May-end
Automobile dealers' body FADA on Tuesday said it has filed an application with the Supreme Court seeking an extension of sale and registration of BS-IV vehicles till 31 May, 2020 -- an extension of two months from March-end deadline to clear the stock of such models
IOC invests Rs 3,000 cr to upgrade Haldia refinery for BS-VI fuel; says consumers need not pay higher prices for clean fuel initially
The company has incurred a total expenditure of around Rs 17,000 crore across its refineries in India to manufacture BS-VI fuel, Bharat said.
Dharmendra Pradhan reviews BS-VI fuel roll-out plan from 1 April; says upgradation to bring down sulphur level
India will leapfrog to BS-VI, equivalent to Euro-VI grade fuel, from current BS-IV fuel from 1 April in a bid to cut vehicular emissions.
Auto sector crisis: It's amber light for motown as demand unlikely to revive in FY21; revenue growth, margins to be subdued, says eport
Despite the nearly two-year crisis in the auto sector, the past two Union Budgets have given little respite to the sector that is very critical to generate employment.
Auto industry drives into 2020 with hope after a forgettable 2019; carmakers eye forthcoming motor show as launchpad for revival
The industry's hopes are also in line with expectations that the economy would finally come out of the slump, drawing people back to the showrooms.
Cummins says that over 1 million cars with BS-VI/Euro6 are running on Cummins engines.
Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors' PV market share decline in April-Aug; Hyundai, M&M gain despite selling less this fiscal
Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) saw its market share dip by over 2 percentage points during the period under review and slip below 50 percent in the domestic passenger vehicle segment in April-August
Auto sales slowdown: Carmakers cannot sit idle waiting for a saviour; proactive approach, fresh strategy key to emerge from doldrums
This crisis is a good opportunity for carmakers to introspect and see if they have been taking the Indian customer for granted vis-à-vis other markets.
Uncertainty over electrification of two-wheelers had played a role in parent Suzuki Motor Corporation to adopt a wait and watch strategy before finalising on setting up a new plant in India.
Slowdown blues: Maruti cuts production for 7th straight month in August; passenger car sales down 42%
In July, Maruti had cut its production by 25.15 percent at 1,33,625 units.
Passenger vehicle sales may dip in 2019-20; agricultural output, revival in economy crucial for auto sector’s growth: ICRA
The auto sector has already registered a 21.6% -plus de-growth in the first four months of 2019-20, ICRA said.
July vehicle sales lowest in 19 years: Automakers need a helping hand; question is whether govt is willing or not
Commercial vehicle sales were down 25.71% to 56,866 units in July compared with 76,545 units in July 2018.
Globally, Honda has an experience of developing and selling electric two-wheelers for over 25 years.
ICRA noted that a softening demand and a 34% dip in steel exports kept the domestic crude steel production growth low at 3.3% in 2018-19.
Ashok Leyland fourth quarter net declines 12% at Rs 653 cr; says on way to successful introduction of BS-VI
For 2018-19 fiscal, Ashok Leyland reported a consolidated profit of Rs 2,194.6 crore as against Rs 1,813.82 crore in the previous year, an increase of 21 percent.
Though the fourth quarter earnings for the auto major was a good show in a tough environment, Bajaj Auto is expected to face margin pressure
On road to clean energy, auto sector eyes election year boost to sales; industry on top gear to meet BS-VI deadline
Despite facing slowdown in sales, specially of passenger vehicles, in the second half of the ongoing fiscal, automakers did not take their eyes off the BS-VI deadline.
BS VI rules: Early roll-out for Delhi is a welcome move, but will be a damp squib if delayed for rest of the country
While BS VI grade fuel will be made available from next summer in Delhi, what happens if a BS VI compliant vehicle has to tank up outside city limits?