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Mumbai, March 13, 2017
The two-wheeler industry, which has been vrooming with high double-digit growth till October, is likely to shrug off the note ban shocks and close the outgoing financial year with a 7-8 per cent growth, according to a report.

By Chanchal Pal Chauhan
Delhi, March 4, 2017
Automakers are in a bind over unsold non-compliant inventory once BS-IV emission norms come into force from April 1.

Chanchal Pal Chauhan
February 10, 2017
Demonetisation dented the much ambitious drive of the automobile industry to achieve three-million passenger car sales in 2016. However, the slow recovery in sales in January could mean that the target is reached in fiscal 2017, says a top Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (Siam) functionary.

Chanchal Pal Chauhan
New Delhi, November 16, 2016
Bypassing BS V emission standards to meet the stringent BS VI by 2020 will make India the best-in-class.

Chanchal Pal Chauhan
July 8, 2016
The Indian two-wheeler industry, world's largest in terms of volumes, is likely to feel the pinch of expensive technology while transiting to tighter emission norms with large scale adoption of alternate technologies that could lead to a cost differential of 10 to 20 per cent by 2020, according to rating agency, ICRA.

Mumbai, June 6, 2016
Two-wheeler major Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) accounted for almost half of the incremental rise in two-wheeler sales in the country in May, riding on a 19 per cent jump in its volumes.

New Delhi, May 9, 2016
Two-wheeler major Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has set a target of over 20 per cent sales growth this fiscal as it hopes to banish the long waiting period for its flagship Activa scooter with the commissioning of the second line at its Gujarat facility.

Mumbai, March 4, 2016
The company is hopeful of continuing the run next year as well on replacement demand to meet new emission norms and a pick-up in the economy.

New Delhi, January 15, 2016
In a meeting with Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, auto companies suggested compliance of BS VI norms be first applicable to the new models to be launched by 2020.

Chanchal Pal Chauhan
Delhi, January 20, 2016
Analysts tracking the automotive industry say that the ban may change the buying cycles in the largest market. Companies are evaluating options to bring new fuels like biodiesel as a lesser polluting option.

New Delhi, January 7, 2016
Stating that cars contribute only 2 per cent to the overall pollution, Maruti Suzuki Chairman R C Bhargava said it will be a challenge to upgrade technologies to meet BS VI norms in just four years.

New Delhi, January 6, 2016
In a bid to curb vehicular pollution, the government decided to implement stricter emission norms of Bharat Stage VI from April 1, 2020 by skipping BS-V altogether.

Chanchal Pal Chauhan
December 16, 2015
The recent Supreme Court order aimed at lowering air pollution levels in the national capital within a month of the ban on registration of new diesel vehicles above 2,000 cc starting January 1 has put a large number of models out of customers' list.

New Delhi, December 12, 2015
Banning of new vehicles which comply with the latest emission norms will be counter productive, said Mahindra & Mahindra's Pawan Goenka.

Chanchal Pal Chauhan
December 9, 2015
The Society of Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), apex body of the Indian automakers has welcomed government's decision to move over to BS V emission norms by 2019.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, December 5, 2015
The automaker has been found to have deployed this device to cheat on emission tests in cars sold in various countries, including the US, where it faces a fine of up to $18 billion.

New Delhi, September 2, 2015
It said the industry has been slowly turning around after witnessing a prolonged slowdown but there are speed breakers in the form of government policies as the country prepares for future emission norms and safety standards.

New Delhi, May 1, 2012
General Motors India sales were not on the expected lines as uncertainty in fuel prices, hike in excise duty, and hike in local taxes in some states continue to put a lot of pressure on the automobile market

Kolkata, March 27, 2012
The automaker is also planning to launch a new version of Chevrolet Captiva and a new multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) this year.

New Delhi, March 21, 2012
General Motors launches the Bharat Stage IV emission norms compliant variant of its multi utility vehicle (MUV) Tavera, priced between Rs 7.51 lakh and Rs 10.34 lakh (ex showroom Delhi).

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