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Tata Motors to axe cars like Nano, Sumo, Indica and

Tata Motors is on a journey of reinventing itself in recent times. The India carmaker is taking a giant-leap by launching modern products in recent times and exciting ones to look forward to in the future. To make some space for new launches, Tata is planning to bring an end to the production of existing cars […]Read More

Tata Motors has found a smart way to co-exist old

Consumers have been shying away from buying Tata’s Hatchbacks and small sedans for a while now, and all credit for this goes to the Taxi/cabbie image that Tata cars have. The Tata Indica and Indigo are very reliable cars and are good value for money too, but since a majority of these cars are used […]Read More

Tata Indica replacement in 2015 – to roll out from

Tata Megapixel – FrontView (image used as an illustration) The Tata Indica literally changed the Taxi scene in India, and ruled the taxi scene for many years too, but lately has been facing a lot of competition from the Mahindra Verito, the Toyota Etios and the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and as a result of this, […]Read More

Mahindra Scorpio is the most stolen vehicle in India

Mumbai Police has compiled a list of most stolen car in Mumbai for 2011. About 1,540 four-wheelers were stolen in Mumbai in 2011, an increase of 32.75 percent over 2010. Topping the list has the popular thieves’ pick been the Mahindra Scorpio. The number stood at a mighty 133 units. However, this is a decline […]Read More

Spied – Tata Indica CR4 XL, yet again!

Tata Indica XL was we briefed you earlier also, is the latest one on which Tata Motors is working these days. It seems as if they did not want to disclose their latest launch and were secretly working on this one. Of course, this will create a new segment in itself and would surprise the […]Read More

2011 Tata Indica e-Xeta replaces ongoing Indica

Tata Motors has been working on a different marketing strategy to market its products and the most noticeable changes that the Indian manufacturer has brought, is the adoption of the letter “e” as a prefix for a couple of its new products such as Tata Indigo e-CS, Tata Indica eV2 and now the revised Indica […]Read More

Tata Motors launched Nano in Nepal

Tata Nano the world’s cheapest car has been launched in Nepal, which is the second foreign country after introduced in Sri Lanka. The Nano has been launched in Nepal at an introductory price of Rs. 7.98 lakhs, which equivalent to roughly INR 5 lakh when converted to Indian currency. The company will sell the car […]Read More