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UM has launched Renegade Classic and Mojave


Well, it has been a great journey for the UM motorcycles since its inception in India in the year 2016. The Miami based motorcycle company partnered with the Lohia Group (erstwhile LML) in 2016 and showcased its Renegade range at the Auto Expo last year. After its arrival in the …

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Ducati SuperSport & SuperSport S to Hit Indian Market Soon

Ducati SuperSport

The Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Ducati is all set to launch its two new premium motorcycles in India this month. As officially announced by the Italian Multinational; two new super-bikes, named as “SuperSport” and “SuperSport S” will be making their debut in the Indian marketplace on 22nd September simultaneously with their …

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Renault Lines Up Captur SUV for Diwali Launch

Captur SUV

While the successful running of two existing sedans including Duster and Kwid has been bolstering the position of French Automaker Renault in India; the firm is gearing up for another launch in this festive season. As officially confirmed by Renault’s spokesperson in a recent statement, the Boulogne-Billancourt‎-headquartered automaker has stated …

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Nissan launches integrated car platform ‘NissanConnect’ in India


Nissan India – the India subsidiary of Japanese multinational Nissan Motor Company Ltd has introduced its integrated car platform for Indian market on Thursday. Named as “NissanConnect,” the integrated car platform of the Japanese carmaker will facilitate drivers with informative and communication assistance while driving. NissanConnect is developed by Renault …

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New Jeep Compass SUV with 3 New Trims Launched In India

The keenly awaited, ‘Jeep Compass SUV’ with three new trims, was launched yesterday at an official event and with a lucrative starting price of Rs 14.95 lakh, and the Indian automobile market has already started going gaga over it.  With some key points like unbelievable pricing, higher snob value, powerful …

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‘Driverless Cars’ will contribute to unemployment; won’t be legalized In India; Says Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari

Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari, while keeping his view on launching driverless cars in the country on Monday, has confirmed that driverless cars will never be permitted in India as it will significantly contribute to unemployment. Instead, the Indian government will focus more on providing primary education …

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