Skoda India has cut prices of the Fabia, Octavia, Laura and Superb following the four per cent reduction in Cenvat. The company will slash prices between Rs. 12,500 and Rs. 51,500 across all models.
TVS has launched a new variant of the Apache 160 RTR. The new variant of the Apache is known as the Apache RTR 160 RD and comes with a factor fitted rear disc for a premium of Rs. 2,000. The 200mm petal rear disc will give the Apache very good stopping power.
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Mahindra-Renault’s Logan hasn’t been selling well and thus the company is offering discounts of Rs 60,000 on the logan. The discount is a mix of direct cash discount from Mahindra Renault and the benefit of the Cenvat cut. The discount is on all variants of the Logan and will be valid till December 27.
Owing to the reduction in CENVAT by 4%, Toyota has cut prices of all its cars, Earlier Toyota said it won’t cut the prices owing to rising input costs. The Corolla is now cheaper by Rs 34,100-Rs 40,750. The Innova becomes cheaper by Rs 23,980-Rs 32,780. The Camry becomes cheaper by Rs 70,430-Rs 76,130. While … Read More
Honda Siel Cars India today slashed the prices of its products by up to Rs 31,000 in response to the government’s move to cut Cenvat by four per cent. The company’s largest selling sedan City will be cheaper by Rs 19,000-Rs 21,000, while Civic will cost Rs 29,000-Rs 31,000 less, Accord will be cheaper between … Read More
Hindustan Motors will cut prices of its Ambassador car models by 10,000 to 14,500 rupees, following a 4 per cent reduction in India’s central value-added tax to customers. The move follows a 4 per cent price cut by Hindustan Motors for its Mitsubishi vehicles.
Hero Honda Motors Ltd, India’s leading motorcycle maker, has reduced the prices of its products after the government cut a tax as part of a stimulus package. The reduction ranges between 1000 rupees ($20) to 2000 rupees across its product portfolio.
Ford Motor’s Indian unit has cut prices of its cars by 17,500 to 54,000 rupees. The government on Sunday announced a 4 percent cut in central value-added tax on all products other than petroleum, as part of a stimulus package to boost the slowing economy. The Fusion petrol plus is now cheaper by Rs. 18,500 … Read More