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Government to make rear view sensors mandatory in all cars soon Government to make rear view sensors mandatory in all cars soon

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Government will soon make rear view sensors or backup cameras mandatory in all new vehicles to avoid mishaps.

Maruti Swift Deca launched, priced upto Rs 6.86 lakh Maruti Swift Deca launched, priced upto Rs 6.86 lakh

 Maruti Suzuki India today launched a new limited edition variant of its premium hatchback Swift priced up to Rs 6.86 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Tata Motors lines up new vehicles;to phase out legacy products Tata Motors lines up new vehicles;to phase out legacy products

 Tata Motors is lining up new offerings across segments and is looking at phasing out "legacy products" as well as some suppliers as it aims to be amongst the country's top three passenger vehicle makers in three years.

M&M to continue selling 1.99 litre engine SUVs in Delhi/NCR M&M to continue selling 1.99 litre engine SUVs in Delhi/NCR

 Home grown auto major Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) will continue selling XUV500 and Scorpio with 1.99 litre engine in Delhi/NCR till the "dust settles" after the Supreme Court order lifting the ban on 2,000 cc and above diesel vehicles earlier this month.

Audi to have petrol variants across portfolio by next year Audi to have petrol variants across portfolio by next year

 German luxury carmaker Audi will launch petrol versions of all its existing models in India by the first quarter of next year as it tries to adapt to changing market demand in the wake of ban on big diesel cars and SUVs in Delhi-NCR.

M&M recalls SUV Rexton to rectify faulty rear driveshaft M&M recalls SUV Rexton to rectify faulty rear driveshaft

 Mahindra & Mahindra is recalling in India an unspecified number of its SUV Rexton manufactured on or before September 2014 to rectify faulty rear driveshaft.

Tata Tiago price goes up within months of launch in April Tata Tiago price goes up within months of launch in April

Not too long ago, we reported that Tata may have to increase the Tiago’s prices.

Domestic car sales decline marginally in May Domestic car sales decline marginally in May

New Delhi: Domestic passenger car sales dipped marginally by 0.86 percent to 1,58,996 units in May from 1,60,371 units in the year-ago month.

Datsun to focus on entry level cars Datsun to focus on entry level cars

Kolkata: Datsun, the sister brand of Nissan Motor of Japan, would focus on entry-level cars only, a company official said on Tuesday.

Defaulters won't be allowed to sleep well: Finance Minister Defaulters won't be allowed to sleep well: Finance Minister

Amid 10 state-run lenders suffering losses of over Rs 15,000 crore in the March quarter, Finance Minister has promised greater capital support to banks while warning that defaulters cannot be allowed to "sleep well", leaving all the worry to bankers.

Toyota recalls 490,000 vehicles in Japan, other regions over airbags Toyota recalls 490,000 vehicles in Japan, other regions over airbags

Tokyo: Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday said it was recalling a total of about 490,000 vehicles in Japan, China, Europe and other regions over potentially faulty air bag inflators produced by Takata Corp, further widening a massive global recall.

Diesel car ban: NGT seeks report from all states on pollution levels Diesel car ban: NGT seeks report from all states on pollution levels

New Delhi: Amid the see-sawing developments over the much debated upon diesel car ban in several states in the nation, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday gave three weeks time to all states to furnish a report on the pollution levels in their worst affected cities.

Will supply to Maruti from Noida facilities: Subros Will supply to Maruti from Noida facilities: Subros

New Delhi: Auto component maker Subros is working to supply to its customers, including Maruti Suzuki India which has suspended production, from its facilities in Noida following the fire at its Manesar unit.

Suzuki shrugs off use of wrong ploy to test fuel economy Suzuki shrugs off use of wrong ploy to test fuel economy

Tokyo: Suzuki Motor Corp on Tuesday shrugged of use of wrong methods to test fuel economy of its cars in Japan, saying there was no universal method of calculating mileage.

Suzuki's Gujarat plant will be operational in 2017: Chairman Suzuki's Gujarat plant will be operational in 2017: Chairman

Tokyo: Japanese automaker Suzuki Motor Corp today said its wholly owned car plant in Gujarat, where a total investment of Rs 18,500 crore has been envisaged, will begin operations from next year.

Eicher Polaris JV launches personal utility vehicle Multix

 Eicher Polaris, a 50:50 JV between Eicher Motors and Polaris Industries, on thursday forayed into Karnataka with the launch of Multix, a personal utility vehicle with ten dealerships.

Nissan in talks for controlling stake in Mitsubishi: Media

The scandal -- reported to cover almost every model sold in Japan since 1991 -- also includes mini-cars produced by Mitsubishi for Nissan as part of a joint venture.

Startups offer free rides, bonus for phase 2 of odd-even scheme Startups offer free rides, bonus for phase 2 of odd-even scheme

With the second phase of odd-even scheme set to be rolled out from tomorrow, ride-sharing apps like 360Ride and Rapido are lining up free rides and scaling up operations to handle higher demand from consumers.