Ten Upcoming Cars Set for 2012 Launch in India

With Diwali festivities right around the corner several industries particularly the auto sector are hoping to rev up the market from the gloom. Despite the steep sales decline in the past quarter, carmakers are getting ready to launch a number of sporty cars in India during the festive season. Sep 17, 2012

India's Top Ten Most Fuel-Efficient Cars

In a country obsessed with mileage, the hike in petrol prices and lately also in diesel is making every Indian think twice about the mileage factor before they opt to buy a car. The fluctuating fuel prices have even forced automakers to launch cars that have all upper comforts coupled with the most suitable and fuel-efficient running machines. Sep 14, 2012

India's Top Ten Most Fuel Efficient Cars to Beat the Petrol Price Hike

Just when the average Indian seemed to make peace with petrol costs on their gas guzzling vehicles, the steep hike in petrol prices which took effect this month spurred consumers across the nation to rethink their auto-budget. Keeping fuel economy in mind, here are ten of the best fuel efficient diesel cars that won't kill at the pump Jun 3, 2012

Android, iOS Apps Enable Smart Bike Sharing

The world is now in your finger tips. Thanks to the dynamic and constantly developing mobile phone technology and vivid applications, which are making our day to day tasks easier. Now the latest invention: Bike sharing using your Android and iOS apps! Isn't it cool? Jun 2, 2012

Auto Stocks Plunge Amidst Petrol Price Hike

BSE Auto index took a hit on Thursday morning trade session amidst petrol price hike. Maruti Suzuki took the worst hit, trading shares at Rs. 1,132 and reporting a fall of 1.67 percent at At 1:22 p.m. May 24, 2012

A Car that Lets You Live, Drive with Style & Brilliance

You have gone a long way. The signs of success now brimming in your every step: a well-paying job, a beautiful family of your own, and a powerful sedan like Hyundai that will take you further even to a journey back to your roots. May 18, 2012

Honda India Aims To Ramp Motorbike Revenue To 30% By 2020

Honda Motor Co wants India to double its contribution in global motorcycle revenue by 2020, with the automaker now seeking to explore developing markets for low cost vehicles. Keita Muramatsu, president of Honda Motorycle **9** Scooter, announced on Tuesday a target of 30 percent in global sales, a 13 percent step-up in revenue that India is solely expected to deliver in eight years time. The announcement was made at Honda's launch of its new Dream Yuga motorcycle in the New Delhi capital,... May 15, 2012