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Devika Singh
New Delhi, Edition:September 24, 2017

Rental luxury market in India is slowly gaining momentum.

Nidhi Singal
Edition:December 20, 2015
Self-driven cars companies like Revv, Zoomcar and Myles allow the luxury of a holiday trip. Some even offer 24x7 road-side assistance, making the experience less stressful.
Devika Singh
November 10, 2015
According to a report by research and information company Ken Research, the car rental market in India will exceed Rs 800 billion by 2019.
Goutam Das
Edition:August 30, 2015
Both are using their war chest to offer incentives to drivers and discounted fares to riders. Traditional radio cabs and small-time operators are struggling to match up.
PTI
Pune, May 5, 2015
The company, which is expected to launch the GenX Nano soon, had developed a two-cylinder 800 cc diesel engine that was also aimed at powering the small car but it has decided against using it for the time being.
PTI
New Delhi, October 9, 2014
As part of the 'Myles City Drive' initiative, Tata Motors would supply 200 Tata Nano Twist cars to Carzonrent fleet for self-drive service in the Delhi/NCR region.
PTI
New Delhi, August 21, 2014
As part of the deal, which is pegged at around Rs 40 crore, the German carmaker will supply 120 units of its C-Class sedans to Delhi-based Carzonrent. This is the biggest single corporate deal by Mercedes-Benz in India.
PTI
New Delhi, September 26, 2013
Mahindra Group firm Mahindra Reva and cab rental firm Carzonrent joined hands to provide users in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore self drive experience at a price of Rs 800 for 24 hours.
Kushan Mitra
Edition:February 21, 2010
In under three years, a whole new industry has been born, that of radio taxis. And in 2010, you'll be seeing a lot more of them on the road.
Kushan Mitra and Shalini S. Dagar
Edition:December 14, 2008
The crash of the stock markets, coupled with the liquidity crisis, may have put paid to the plans of many entrepreneurs. But venture capitalists believe that the present times of adversity will lead to opportunities as also a brutal Darwinian selection of the most robust new businesses. Kushan Mitra and Shalini S. Dagar report.
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