Nabeel A Khan

  • TVS to launch two new motorcycles this year

    TVS to launch two new motorcycles this year

    TVS Motor is planning to launch a new motorcycle in the commuter segment in the next six month, followed by an all-new Apache in the premium category, as the nation’s third-largest two-wheeler maker aims to improve its market share.

    Top 10 selling cars in July

    Top 10 selling cars in July

    Maruti Suzuki’s compact sedan Swift Dzire reclaimed the passenger car sales crown for July, outpacing the company’s hatchback Alto, whose sales almost halved from June.

    Yamaha to focus on 150cc bike, scooter sales in cities

    Yamaha to focus on 150cc bike, scooter sales in cities

    Yamaha Motor India Limited, the Indian subsidiary of Japanese two-wheeler maker, will focus on increasing sales of the deluxe motorbike (150cc) and scooters in big cities under a new “top-down” approach as it seeks to double market share in the country to 10% over the next three years, a top executive said.

    Why Yamaha finds opportunity in an unlikely market segment?

    Why Yamaha finds opportunity in an unlikely market segment?

    Yamaha plans to double it's market share in next two years. The Japanese two wheeler maker is following an unusual way by focusing on the urban market with deluxe motorcycles (150cc) and scooters contrary to rival manufacturers who are beefing up presence in commuter segment to boost their volume.

    Hyundai launches Elite i20 at Rs. 4.89L

    Hyundai launches Elite i20 at Rs. 4.89L

    Hyundai Motor India (HMIL) today launched the much awaited second generation of its premium hatchback i20, named Elite i20 with price starting at Rs 4.89 Lakh.

    It will always cost a little more to buy VW, says Michael Mayer

    It will always cost a little more to buy VW, says Michael Mayer

    In a two-to-three year time frame, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India will look at garnering a 10% market share in India in segments where it is present. At the same time they prepare to launch products in growing segments such as compact SUVs and Sedans to take on rivals. Michael Mayer, Director Volkswagen Passenger Cars India in an interview with ETAuto's Nabeel A Khan denied that the company will chase volumes at the cost of safety.

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