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Petrol, Diesel Cars To Live On For Now; Could Get More Affordable

Petrol and diesel cars unlikely to face a ban in the near future. SIAM asks for a dedicated automobile agency from the government. Petrol and diesel cars currently attract a GST or 28 per cent. This could be reduced to 18 per cent in the near future. At the 59th annual convention of the Society

Diesel Cars Could Soon Become More Expensive !

Diesel Cars Could Soon Become More Expensive

Diesel Cars Could Soon Become More Expensive. Rules and regulations related to the registration of new cars are expected to witness another change in the coming months. The latest proposal from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways states that the taxes on diesel-powered vehicles should be hiked by 2 per cent. The move is

Diesel cars’ market share

Diesel cars’ market share dips to 23% from 50%

Diesel cars’ market share: Call it a fear psychosis towards diesel cars, or pure economics. But the share of diesel in hatchbacks and sedans has fallen to under a quarter, which means that more than three cars out of every four sold are now run on petrol. The narrowing gap between petrol and diesel fuel prices

SIAM appeals Govt to ban 15-years-old vehicles

SIAM appeals Govt to ban 15-years-old vehicles

SIAM appeals Govt to ban 15-years-old vehicles. Those who have 15 years old vehicles may have to face trouble again. The government has been demanding ban on the 15-year-old vehicles. It is being said that pollution is on the rise due to older vehicles.Keeping this in mind, the society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers has recommended

Piyush-Goyal

Good bye to petrol pumps and smoke, India is gearing up to have Electric cars by the year of 2030

Aiming at the dreams of country’s Minister of state with independent charge for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal. People will not need any petrol pumps and the country will be pollution free dispensing from petrol and diesel’s vehicles.                   By saying in the CII