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The Indian car market is doing very well and has posted good results for the month of July. Car sales for the month of July went up 38 per cent. The Indian car industry recorded a total of 158,764 cars sold in the month of July according to data from the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM). Positive customer sentiment and strong hopes of food prices coming down kept the momentum going.
Honda has not been able to make a mark with its premium hatchback Honda Jazz in the Indian hatchback market. The market is a promising one and that is the reason it is attracting global players especially in the hatchback segment which contributes a significant number to the total sales. Honda Jazz falls in the premium hatchback category but in terms of price it is placed with the entry level sedans. Honda Jazz comes with a 1.2 petrol engine and has a five-speed manual transmission.
The month of July has been fast and furious for the Indian automobile market and the Car enthusiasts as the month saw some most awaited launches like that of Nissan Micra and some innovative strategies being employed by various car companies in the genre of marketing their products. Amidst all the news and activity cluster some cars caught everyone fantasies and became the most popular hatchbacks in the month of July. Of all Nissan Micra became the most popular and the most sought after car in July. The spot was closely followed by Maruti Alto, Ford Figo, Volkswagen Polo and Hyundai i10.
The Indian luxury car market is going to get a grand Diwali present in the form of Audi A8. Audi India is gearing up to fight competition thrown at it by rival brands BMW and Mercedes that are doing very well in the Indian luxury market. The all new Audi A8 would be a direct competition to BMW 7series and Mercedes S class. The buyers in the top end category would have more choice and brands to choose from.
In the last one year the number of new car models being launched in the country has gone up. Since last year as many as 12 new cars like Ford Figo, Hyundai i20, Chevrolet Beat, Volkswagen Polo, Indigo Manza and Chevrolet Cruze have been launched in the Indian car market. This is a recent phenomenon in the country’s growing car market and the market is responding well for some of these models while others are still struggling to get the formula right.
The top selling car of the country Maruti Alto gets a new version today. The all new Maruti Alto is powered by a 1 litre K10 engine, that has gifted the car with improved acceleration and pick up. The car has been shelved at an ex-showroom price of Rs 3.03 lakh for the base LXi version and Rs 3.16 for the VXi version. This new K10 engine currently powers Maruti SuzukiA-Star, Estilo and the new WagonR. The all new Alto is sure to give a tough competition to Chevrolet Spark and Hyundai Santro. Maruti assures an ARAI approved mileage of 20.2 kmpl.
India's largest selling carMaruti Alto gets a level high in attractiveness today as the car gets a new version. The all new Alto is powered by the company's most popular K10 engine and has been priced at an ex-showroom price of Rs 3.03 lakh for the base LXi version and Rs 3.16 for the VXi version. The earlier version with the 800 cc engine is not faded and would exist parallely.
The year 2010 has been both good and bad for the Indian car market. The Indian car market is growing at a break neck speed and is the world’s second fastest growing car market. The car penetration in India is still very low which makes it a very lucrative market for car makers. This is the reason why carmakers across the globe are headed towards India and are launching India specific products across segments. Consumers have been spoilt for choice with more and more models launching at competitive prices. But the car prices have gone up many times already due to several reasons. First it was the budget and then BS IV emission norms that led to rise in car prices across segments. High prices of raw material and a 2 per cent hike in the excise duty also caused the prices of cars to go up.
Maruti Alto K10, is the latest version of the country's largest selling car Maruti Alto, and comes fitted with the company's most popular K Series engine.The K Series engine is an Aluminium based engine which makes it light weight and thus increases the performance of the car. As the engine gets lighter, the acceleration and pick up improves significantly and also there is a considerable impact on the mileage of the vehicle.
Apple iPod is one gadget that enjoys a massive fan following across the world. It is not merely as a music device but a complete entertainment package. Apple has been associated with a number of car makers in the past like Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Nissan, Toyota, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Audi, Honda, Renault and Volkswagen. It has provided these companies with integration in one form or the other.
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