Every second buyer of a car in India today uses social media–facebook, twitter, official webpages, online portals or the good old google–to research vehicles. So what goes online has a big influence on the final decision. To have a robust presence on the internet then, is perhaps as important today as being visible in the dealerships. Read more

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Like every other year, dozens of cars–big and small, awful and spectacular, practical and extravagant–will hit the roads this year as well. And like always only a few will hit the bull’s eye and the others will fall by the wayside. These are the some that look worth waiting for. Read more

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The dreaded tax on diesel cars never came in the budget. What came instead is increased taxes on all cars and a promise of numerous fuel price hikes this year. Surely there wont be any stopping for diesel car launches now… Read more

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We know their cars are not the best, technically. We also know that they suffer from quality and durability issues. A mere look at the state of the multifarious Indicas and Indigos doing taxi duty around the city would prove that. But why is it that Tata Motors, even after over 10 years in the business, has not been able to get its service aspect right? Why is it that despite being the owner of one of the best technological firms in the game (Jaguar Land Rover), it remains strictly bureaucratic at heart in India? Read more

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“Brainless Idiot”
“Government should start censorship drive with this blog”
“Either you guys have not seen any car, or some company has bribed you all to do this review.”
“Clearly this guy has not driven any of these cars. Worse, maybe he does not know how to drive at all.” Read more

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India is widely acknowledged as one of the most competitive and price sensitive car markets in the world. But perhaps what is an even more pronounced and dangerous facet to this, is that it is now known to give cars a second shot. Read more

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