It has, or if I daresay, had all the markings of a winner. Decent to look at, a capable engine, loads of features and an aggressive price tag. And with the backing of a network as wide as Hyundai’s, the success of the Grand i10 was perhaps a given. Read more

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It was the biggest story of 2011. So much so, that any blog or article that mentioned the two cars in the same breath immediately drew traffic and any television show that featured the two together attracted TRPs. But that was last year and much water has flowed down the yamuna since then. Read more

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For a car with such a huge potential, the launch of the Hyundai was rather subdued. But does it have enough punch in it to unsettle the 6 year long hegemony of the Maruti Alto as the largest selling car in India? Read more

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It is by far the largest selling carmaker in India, but its success is led largely by age old cars like Alto, Wagon R and even Swift. With parent Suzuki in a state of disarray and more dependent on Maruti than ever before and a product pipeline that is drying up and consists mostly of refreshes, Maruti Suzuki’s indefatigable halo in India is diminishing. What is even more disturbing is its complacency amply reflected in the deadlock between management and workers at its newest Manesar factory. Read more

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