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Tata Motors launches compact SUV Nexon in Bangladesh

Leading passenger-cum-freight transport vehicle maker Tata Motors on Saturday launched its compact SUV Nexon in Bangladesh. ccording to the company, Nexon will be available in "XZA+" variant at a price of BDT (Bangladeshi Taka) 24.90 lakh for petrol and BDT 25.90 lakh for diesel.

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People want electric vehicles to reduce air pollution

Eighty-seven per cent of the respondents believe that the need for reducing air pollution is the best reason to purchase an electric vehicle, a survey commissioned by Climate Trends and carried out by FourthLion Technologies showed on Thursday. The survey was conducted online from August 21-24 among 2,178 Indian drivers, vehicle owners and those who plan to purchase, own or drive a vehicle in the next 10 years.

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Chris will help you drive car..Know who is 'he'

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and voice-based assistants are stealing the show at IFA 2018 here, and one of the innovative products launched at this edition of the show was "Chris", a voice-controlled digital assistant that allows drivers to make phone calls, send messages, listen to music and get navigation guides without ever touching their smartphones.

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Maruti drives in new dashing Ciaz, check out the price

Country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) today launched an updated version of its mid-sized sedan Ciaz featuring a new petrol powertrain with price starting at Rs 8.19 lakh (ex-showroom).

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Maruti shocker..Increases car prices

Automobile major Maruti Suzuki India on Thursday increased prices by up to Rs 6,100 across all models (ex-showroom - Delhi). According to the company, prices were increased due to the rise in commodity and distribution costs and adverse foreign exchange rates. "The price change va

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Tata's new SUV.. Know details

Automobile maker Tata Motors Ltd on Wednesday announced its next generation sports utility vehicle (SUV) to be launched in 2019 has been named 'Tata Harrier'.

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No vehicle insurance without pollution control certificate

Acting tough on those violating emission norms, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irda) has said vehicles without a valid pollution under control (PUC) certificate will not be insured. Irda in a notification has directed all general insurance companies not to insure a vehicle unless it has a valid PUC certificate. Vehicle insurance is renewed every year. The insurance regulator’s move follows an order of the Supreme Court in this regard.

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Car prices rise by Rs 35000

Car maker Honda Cars India Ltd on Monday announced a price hike ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 35,000 on its various models.

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