With unveiling of 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport just two weeks away on September 2 2014, its interiors have been teased in a short video. Set in a comfortable and flexible 5+2 seating layout, the new Discovery Sport will replace LR2 in company‚Äôs US lineup and will be sold along with the LR4.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) continues to dominate the list of Top 10 selling cars in July 2014. Last year in the same month, MSIL had four cars on the list. But this year, they have moved a notch higher as they now have five cars in the list.
Swift DZire, the reliable and affordable sedan from Maruti Suzuki has seen sales in July 2014 far exceed that of the company‚Äôs highest selling car – Alto hatchback. Swift DZire sales during the month of July 2014 totalled 18,634 units as against Alto sales which stood at 16,997 units, almost halved since June 2014.
Terra Motors Corporation, the premiere manufacturer of electric two and three wheelers in Japan, made its debut in the Indian market earlier this year, when it launched the Kiwami electric sports bike. Now going one step ahead, the Japanese automaker has plans of introducing an electric three wheeler in India for which the company is entering into a contract with a Rajkot based manufacturer.
Mahindra Tractor has launched the new Arjun Novo tractor, a high horsepower tractor offered in both 52 and 57 hp. Priced at INR 7.35 lakhs for the base variant, the Arjun Novo air conditioned version comes in at a price of INR 9.5 lakhs.
Perodua dealerships across Malaysia have begun taking orders for the all new Axia and have already recorded 3,500 bookings to date. The latest model from Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd, Perodua Axia could come in at a tentative starting price of RM 24,900 (INR 4,77,764) and is slated to be the company‚Äôs most fuel efficient car with mileage of 21.6 kmpl.
Hyundai Santro was launched as a Complete Family Car back in 1998. Even after 16 years, the car which has not received any major upgrades, still continues to register about 2,500 sales every month.
Yamaha Motor India plans on doubling its two-wheeler market share by 2017-18. The company aims at 10% market share and will be paying more emphasis to 150cc motorcycles and scooters specially since demand for scooters is increasing faster as compared to motorcycles. Scooters currently occupies a 27% share in the two wheeler segment.