Renault to expand mobile workshops in India by March 2018

French auto major Renault will provide mobile workshops for customers living at distant places and plans to expand this service to 76 locations by next year. The company plans to have 320 dealerships by the end of 2017 and will extend workshops by March 2018. Sumit Sahni, Country CEO and Managing Director of Renault India, said, “We will expand it to 76 locations by March 2018. At present, there are 46 mobile workshops, these mobile workshops will not be able to travel long distances If a customer lives 70km away from Chennai and if there is no service center in it, then it is available in Android and iOS platforms. Continue Reading……………….


The delivery of Jeep Compass Petrol Automator will start in this Diwali

Jeep dealers across India will start delivering gasoline powered compass near Diwali. The booking of petrol SUVs was started in June this year.
However, GP Compass petrol and diesel were launched simultaneously, but the SUV manufacturer had started delivering diesel versions on August 6, 2017. The company will first deliver the delivery of the Compass Petrol Automator and then deliver the manual-gearbox version. Compass Patrol Automator is more demanding than its own manual counter and hence its delivery is the first. Continue Reading…………..

Foxwagen Pace launched in India for Rs 29.99 lakh

Foxwagen launches New Pasat at a function in Delhi today at a function in Delhi. Salon is available in two variants – Comfortline and Highline and its price is Rs. 29.99 lakh and Rs. 32.99 lakh respectively. Premium Executive Sedan is currently in eighth generation and has come up with several major changes. After a fresh start in the fast-growing Indian market, the model was removed from the VW India’s product portfolio due to less annual sales. Four years after closing it, the company has re-introduced this model in a new incarnation, which is already available for sale in the global markets since 2015. Continue Reading……………

Launch of the new generation 2018 Renault Duster in India was delayed

The launch of Renault Captor can be the main reason behind delayed Indian-Spanish car car. It is believed that the automaker is worried that the launch of Duster can hamper the sale of Captur in India, as it exists above the duster in the company’s production portfolio. Capture in India is expected to be launched in October, so the automaker can stop the launch of Duster for some time, so that Captur can get enough time to set himself up in the market. Continue Reading……………