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  • Jeep Compass scores a five star rating from EURO NCAP on crash test…UM Motorcycles launches Renegade Classic and Renegade Commando Mojave edition in India…..BMW to launch Indian made 300cc motorcycle in 2018…..TVS Victor premium edition launched to welcome festive season….Maruti Suzuki excels in August 2017 auto sales post GST with Toyota and Ford the worst hit … ജീപ്പ് കോമ്പസ്സിന് ക്രാഷ് ടെസ്റ്റിൽ യൂറോ NCAPൽ നിന്നും ഫൈവ് സ്റ്റാർ റേറ്റിംഗ് ലഭിച്ചു....….യു എം മോട്ടോസൈക്കിൾസ് റെനെഗേഡ് ക്ലാസിക്, റെനെഗേഡ് കമാൻഡോ മൊജേവ് എഡിഷൻ എന്നിങ്ങനെ രണ്ട് ബൈക്കുകൾ ഇന്ത്യൻ വിപണിയിൽ ലോഞ്ച് ചെയ്തു... BMWയുടെ ഇന്ത്യൻ നിർമിത 300cc ബൈക്ക് 2018ൽ വിപണിയിലെത്തും... ….ഉത്സവക്കാലത്തേക്കായി ടി വി എസ് വിക്ടറിന്റെ പ്രീമിയം എഡിഷൻ വിപണിയിൽ …ഓഗസ്റ്റ് 2017ലെ വാഹന വില്പനയിൽ മുൻപന്തിയിൽ മാരുതി സുസുക്കിയും നിരാശയിൽ ടോയോട്ടയും ഫോർഡും ….
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Long wait for 2017 G4 Ssangyong Rexton in India

Mahindra and Mahindra announce petrol heads have to wait a year more for the all new G4 SsangYong Rexton. That's disappointing, of course. The carmakers say they need to make a machine that predicts the future of their product in a cost perspective.

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Toyota Fortuner TRD Sportivo to launch soon

As per dealer reports, Toyota Kirloskar India is about to launch the TRD Sportivo variant of the Fortuner in the Indian market. However, we will have to wait until they declare the official launch date after which deliveries of the SUV will begin. The new Fortuner expected to be priced at around Rs.30 lakh, appears trimmed but not shaved and looks exactly like a saber tooth. The company has made the Fortuner switch its expression by giving sharper details like an extended chin, black grille and headlamps.

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Tata launches Tiago Wizz in India at Rs.4.52 lakh

Tata Motors launched the limited edition Tiago Wizz in the country at a price of Rs.4.52 lakh for the Petrol variant and Rs.5.30 lakh for the Diesel variant (both ex-showroom prices, Delhi).

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Auto Industry warned to face agony in near future: NitinGadkari

Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari warned the automobile industry to come up with advanced technology to develop vehicles using alternative fuels instead of petrol and diesel. He also pointed out that he wanted the pollution and import bill to be reduced in the country. At the 57th annual event organized by SIAM to discuss on various programmes for the Automobile Industry, the Transport Minister clearly warned the auto makers that without choice, they will have to move to production of vehicles that run on electricity, bio-diesel, ethanol and compressed natural gas; else he will bulldoze the existing fuel setup completely that is polluting the country. He also added that the government has a crystal clear policy to reduce the import bills of crude oil and arrest pollution to a great extent.

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Aren’t men supposed to be better drivers than women?

This question has been doing rounds for many years. It is a general perception that men are better drivers than women. Sounds as if they possess the innate qualities to be a qualified driver. If men can, women too can. Women only need to make a few changes to the pattern so that it helps them be safer on the road more than trying to raise their status from incapable to capable drivers.

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Infant safety inside vehicles

You grow up as an adult, finish your education, find a job, earn handful and the next thing in your to do list is to get married. Marriage is probably the most important criteria to prove you are on the right path to get settled in life. OK now you're married. What next? Have a baby. After months of waiting and care, your baby is born.

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BS-III to BS-IV- what’s all the noise about?



We all love vehicles, but we hate pollution as much the same. We live a life of contradictions refusing to make changes that would actually benefit us in the long run. In past couple of years, our country has grown tremendously in science and technology. Hold on, did I mention pollution?? Well, sadly that’s where we advanced the most!! While India bragged about progress in different spheres, we failed to realise or rather say agree to the rising pollution levels in the country, especially in Tier-I cities resulting in huge damage to the ecosystem. Now this was the time- Precisely in the year 1999, when implementing Emission norms were thought of by the Government of India. I would like to emphasize on the word Stringent Emission Norms since these norms were later strictly followed by automobile companies on the manufacturing of every single vehicle produced and sold in the country.

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