After every occasion when a ghastly road accident cuts short a life or two and jolts us out of our stream of consciousness, one common topic that is always discussed within the automotive industry is India’s apathy towards safety features like ABS (anti lock brakes) and airbags. Read more

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On the face of it, there is very little of any direct interest for India in the ongoing Paris Motor Show that began on Thursday. Read more

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After an insipid first two years, Japanese auto major Nissan has had a successful last two years. Read more

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A peeved customer writes about the unpleasantness of being a Micra owner. Read more

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The significance of the Etios Liva for world’s largest carmaker Toyota in India as well as for the rest of the world cannot be undermined even if one wants to. Of the 40 odd cars that the 74 year old car company has produced so far, seldom has it that a car has emerged with so much riding on it. The importance is well underlined by the fact that it has been developed painstakingly over 5 years with a dedicated team of 4,000 engineers, many of them Indian. Roughly that would mean Toyota started its groundwork merely within a year of Maruti Swift’s launch in India, the car that is the benchmark for the Liva. Read more

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