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Maruti Suzuki Swift 2011 Vs Existing Maruti Suzuki Swift
The new Suzuki Swift comes with the K12 Suzuki K series engine which is a 1200cc K series engine which is same as in the existing generation of Maruti Swift. The transmission may or may not be changed as well the existing cable shift transmission and gear ratios are working out well in the existing generation.
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TBWA's new campaign for Maruti Genuine Parts
TBWA\India has rolled out a new campaign for the Maruti Suzuki Spare Parts division for their brand, Maruti Genuine Parts (MGP). The core thought behind the campaign is that 'every part is vital'.
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Fake auto parts take toll of lives; deprive govt, industry of revenue
A recent study by two industry bodies puts the size of the spurious parts market at Rs4,400-6,300 crore. In India, fake auto parts is a thriving business, with a recent study by industry bodies Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (Siam) and Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (Acma) estimating its size at between Rs4,400 crore and Rs6,300 crore. That means fakes account for between 32% and 47% of the industry, by value.
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Time to call a fake a fake
The drive against counterfeit parts is gathering momentum but much remains to be done. Yes, itís a big business, and it is all fake. We are talking about counterfeit automotive components, a thriving industry whose size runs nearly parallel to the genuine spare parts business in India. Speak about the menace to any vehicle manufacturer, component maker or an authorised spare parts dealer and you will get ready answers on the loss of revenues and also the lack of governmental resolve to eradicate the hugely-entrenched problem.
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Tata Engineering intensifies campaign against spurious spares
To protect its customers from the menace of counterfeit spares, Tata Engineering has launched a systematic multi-pronged campaign against the sale of fake spare parts using the Tata brand name. Pilfer-proof packaging and identification aids have provided customers with additional assurance when they buy Tata spares.
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Police raids spurious motor spare parts unit
The police claimed to have recovered 647 ball bearings and three dyes that were being used for manufacturing the counterfeit Tata motor parts. He also disclosed that he procured dyes of Tata motors from one Ramesh Lamba, who is being traced.
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Bosch Aftermarket combats spurious parts
The ever increasing vehicle population in India has not only seen a growing replacement parts market but also a thriving trade of spurious products. Bosch Automotive Aftermarket has always been in the forefront to combat counterfeit products and ensure vehicle safety. Recently, Customs officials confiscated three consignments of spurious spark plugs based on Bosch findings.
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Buyer beware: Cos at auto fair give lesson on fakes
According to a study conducted in 2007 by Automotive Components Association of India, spurious parts market runs into Rs 5,300 crore in the country while the total size of the vehicle parts market is Rs 16,500 crore. According to the manufacturers, busting the network of spurious auto parts makers by creating awareness is their aim. ''The spurious automobile parts market is flourishing in Delhi, mainly in Kashmere Gate and Karol Bagh areas,'' said Narendra Sehrawat, a representative from Bosch Limited.
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Delhi police breaks the largest spurious bearing racket of the city
Delhi Police, Crime branch carried 12 raids across different locations in the city to confiscate several millions worth of counterfeit bearings. The raids were carried out at GB road, Kashmiri Gate and Malkaganj.
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Hyundai initiates action against spurious parts sellers in Delhi
The Economic Offences Wing, Crime Branch, and the Delhi Police in a combined operation cracked down on unauthorized storing, manufacturing and selling of counterfeit automotive spare parts of the automobile major, the Hyundai Motor Company. In a simultaneous raid conducted on 26th February 2010 on two shop premises at Indiaís largest motor market, Kashmere Gate and one factory premises at Vishnu Nagar, counterfeit goods were seized by the police authorities which were bearing Hyundai Logo.
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Maruti Suzuki Ritz and Hyundai i10
Maruti Suzuki launched the premium hatchback Ritz (Splash in Europe) in May this year it pushed back Hyundai plans for i10 and i20. According to market reports Ritz will re-capture the share of small cars which was dominated by Maruti Suzuki before Korean car maker Hyundai came into business in India.
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Maruti Suzuki Plans To Launch SX4 & Ritz Diesel In India
Maruti Suzuki Swift and DZire diesel variants are already revealed in India and it has gain good popularity among customers. Maruti Suzuki has launched hatchback Ritz equipped with 1.3-Litre diesel engine in April 2009. Its already launched in Europe as Suzuki Splash.
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Maruti Suzuki to Launch Face lifted Alto with new KB series engine in India
Maruti Suzuki will introduce its face lifted Alto to meet the upcoming Bharat IV emission norms. Maruti Suzuki Alto which is top in the list of Indian passenger car market from past many years, with facelifting it will get a new KB series engine. A-Star turned down engine may be used to keep the cost under check considering Chevrolet spark and Hyundai Santro as competiting models in this segment.
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Maruti Suzuki is launching Automatic Transmission version of SX4 Before Diwali
Maruti Suzuki is preparing to launch the mid-size sedan SX4 with automatic transmission in India. Honda City and Hyundai Verna diesel will be directly competing with Maruti Suzuki SX4 automatic transmission version.
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