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Booz and Company partner Vikas Sehgal, who handles the automobiles practice at the consultancy, is generally not happy with Maruti-Suzuki.

 
 
Gearing up to intensify its play in luxury segment, car market leader Maruti Suzuki India will be launching its sedan Kizashi on the second of next month.
During 2011, growth of auto manufacturers will be driven by strong exports on the back of the improving global economy, says a new study.
The loan from Exim Bank will help the company to upgrade its existing models and launch new models with increased range, speed, safety and other features.
French carmaker Renault is planning to launch two new models in India by 2011 on its global platforms, Renault Fluence and Renault Koloes.
Company officials have already visited a prospective site at Dholera and will now submit their recommendations to the company board for a final investment decision.
Buying a second-hand car can be a good choice if you want more value for less money.
 
 
Jaguar Land Rover sales were at 21,353 units during December, up just one per cent from the same month in the previous year, Tata Motors said in a statement.
German luxury car maker BMW retained its numero uno position in the Indian luxury car segment for the second consecutive year, selling 6,246 cars in 2010.
Sales of the company's once bread-and-butter model M800 also declined 30.15 per cent to 1,798 units from 2,574 units in the same month last year, a statement said.
A series of offers and freebies by Tata Motors has helped restore the sales of its ultra-cheap car, Nano, in December. And the numbers are expected to go up further.
Auto-maker Mahindra & Mahindra on Tuesday said it will raise the prices of its products across all categories in January due to increase in commodity rates.
After the economic slowdown, the Indian auto market was flooded with as many as 78 new models launched during 2010, across all the segments.
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