Automobile major Tata Motors has introduced a campaign against the sale of spurious spare parts, under the brand name of Tata Genuine Parts (TGP) to protect its customers from the menace of counterfeit spares, company said in a statement.
A rival to compete with Mercedes C Class and BMW 3 Series will be launched by Tata Motors-owned Jaguar towards the end of this year, marking the luxury brand’s entry into the high-volume premium car segment.
"We will definitely pass on the benefits of these excise reductions to the consumers for our new dispatches from tomorrow (as applicable) and are working on the details of the exact reductions," a Tata Motors spokesperson told PTI.
Auto makers Tata Motors and General Motors India today announced they will cut prices of their products after Finance Minister P Chidambaram decided to reduce excise on automobiles in the interim Budget 2014-15."We will definitely pass on the
Finance Minister P Chidambaram will present the Vote on Account or Interim Budget for the first four months. The objective of a Vote on Account is to get Parliament's nod for expenditure to be incurred in the months prior to elections.
Tata Motors is trading higher by 1.6% at Rs 382, in otherwise weak market, after Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), its British-based arm, recorded a strong retail sales growth of 12.1% year-on-year (yoy) in January 2014 to 39,106 units.
Tata Motors has rallied nearly 5% at Rs 381 on BSE after reporting a better than expected almost three-fold jump in consolidated net profit at Rs 4,805 crore for the quarter ended December 2013 (Q3FY2014), on back of strong demand, growth in volumes and
Exceptional income from the standalone business and continued strong performance by Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), its British-based arm, helped Tata Motors boost net profit and exceed analysts' estimates in the financial year's third quarter
After losing out to rivals in the Indian passenger vehicles market, Tata Motors is plotting a comeback with a sense of urgency and will bring a couple of new models every year, even as it admitted that lack of new products has hurt the company.
Auto major Tata Motors today unveiled a concept compact sports utility vehicle Nexon along with another concept car ConnectNext, giving a glimpse of its future direction in terms of technologies, as it bids to make up lost ground in passenger vehicles