Due to the low cost of living standards and even lower penetration of cars, India has never been a large market for big sedans and saloons. Read more

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A two part series that looks on and back at the intense rivalries that have structured the course of the Indian automotive landscape Read more

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Since the start of 2010, petrol prices have been revised 11 times going up from Rs 44.7 per litre in January 2010 to Rs 63.66 today, a whopping 42% rise. Diesel prices have suffered a change 8 times in the same duration, as prices have risen at a more humane 25%. While this widening gap between the prices of the two fuels has triggered a shift in the buying pattern of cars, a more informed and analysed approach is needed to determine which is an outright better option in the medium to long term. At the same time should one look at CNG and LPG as well? Read more

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