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Mahindra’s U.S. Launch Delayed Again
Mahindra’s U.S. Launch Delayed Again

India’s Mahindra & Mahindra is headed to the U.S. with hopes to sell more than 10,000 vehicles per annum once sales kick off at the end of the year. The company’s first model will be an imported diesel pickup truck and eventually Mahindra intends to assemble vehicles in the U.S...Read More»

Tata Nano
Report: Auto Buyers Open To Chinese, Indian Brands

More signs that the world of today is very different from the one our parents and grandparents knew: according to stat-hounds AutoPacific, 15% of car buyers would consider purchasing a Chinese-brand vehicle, and 11% would mull the possibility of purchasing one from India. Those statistics may not...Read More»

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GM Pins Hopes On India

  General Motors, facing one of the worst auto industry sales slumps in decades and struggling to emerge from bankruptcy, is pinning its hopes on the Indian market to fuel its future growth and hopefully turn around its fortunes. The emerging market is still in its infancy but GM intends on...Read More»

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Mahindra Eyes U.S. Truck Production To Avoid Chicken Tax

India’s Mahindra & Mahindra is headed to the U.S. with hopes to sell more than 10,000 vehicles per annum once sales kick off at the end of the year. The company’s first model will be an imported diesel pickup truck but eventually Mahindra intends to assemble vehicles in the U.S...Read More»

Tata Nano
Tata Nano Buyers Like Luxury Options, Too

  Many have praised Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata, for doing what seemed the impossible; designing, engineering, and building the world’s cheapest car. In a process that took nearly four years and involved the efforts of more than 500 engineers, Tata managed to bring to market its Nano minicar...Read More»

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