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Honda Cars Drives in BS-VI Compliant City Starting at Rs 9.91 Lakhs

Honda Cars India Ltd has launched the BS VI compliant version of its premium sedan Honda City at a price range of Rs.9.91 lakhs-Rs 14.31 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). HCIL now has 3 models-City, Civic and CR-V that comply with advanced BS VI emission norms. The new mid-size sedan will be available in both manual and CVT version in petrol guise, whereas Honda Cars will introduce the diesel version of City sedan a little later. READ MORE




Continental Bengaluru Achieves Milestone of One Million ECUs For ABS, ESC


Continental today announced that it has achieved a milestone of producing one million Electronic Control Units (ECU) for passenger vehicle ABS and Electronic Stability Control (ESC), at its plant in Bengaluru. The company plans to ramp up its production capabilities in the next few years with a capacity of over two million units per year. This accomplishment further affirms the company’s global commitment towards vehicle safety, delivering technologies that aid its strategy of Vision Zero: Zero Fatalities, Zero Injuries, Zero Crashes, noted Continental. READ MORE




Scania India Displays New Truck Generation, BS-IV CEV Ready Industrial Engine & Solutions At EXCON 2019


Scania Commercial Vehicles India Pvt Ltd showcased its recently-launched NTG Heavy Tipper, parts and service solutions, along with BS-IV CEV-ready industrial engines, at EXCON 2019. The BS-IV CEV ready industrial engines globally acknowledged for reliability, efficiency and environmental performance.




Hyundai Announces Price Hike From January 2020


Hyundai Motor India Ltd today announced it will hike prices across its models, effective January 2020. The increase has been necessitated on account of rise in input and material costs. The extent of price increase may vary for different models and fuel types.