invisiblebond

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  1. Is the pricelise is same all over india Cochin picelist not update till now
  2. Well i really hope H will launch Asta version other wise it will end up like Jazz
  3. Well i really hope H will launch Asta vresion other wise it will end up like Jazz
  4. Well tbhp member @khan_sultan got an invitation from H
  5. O No! again " Reported Attack Site! " Why Admi?
  6. why google is till not able to remove " Reported Attack Site! " status It strange "autocarindia.com" is safe but when clicking autocarindia.com/new/autocar_forum/ is not safe
  7. i20 CRDi 1.4 90 bhp will be launching first week July Source: Team-BHP I really hope its true
  8. i20 CRDi 1.4 90 bhp will be launching first week July Source: t-bhp
  9. Ritz to launch 1st week May. Please Mod change to first week on May Source: ndtvprofit
  10. ICAT starts operations; approves 'Ritz' for India The International Centre of Automotive Technology has started its operations at Manesar in Haryana by granting approval to the country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India's forthcoming model -- Ritz. International Centre of Automotive Technology (ICAT) has cleared Ritz in a whole vehicle test approval ceremony, held recently at the test centre's premises in Manesar, thereby clearing ground for rolling out the car in the Indian market. A division of National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP), ICAT is a notified testing agency and is working towards the development of automobile industry in the country. ICAT is currently investing Rs 440 crore in expanding its facilities at an additional area of 46 acres in its Manesar centre. The new facilities would include a power-train laboratory, engine dynamometers, emission laboratory with Euro V capability, a fatigue laboratory passive safety laboratory as well as vehicle test tracks. Earlier NATRiP, a joint venture of the Centre, a number of state governments and the country's auto industry to create a testing, validation and R&D infrastructure, had announced to invest Rs 1,718 crore for setting up of seven auto testing facilities at seven locations across India by 2011. Apart from ICAT, Manesar, the other six locations are Chennai, Indore, Silchar, Pune, Rae Bareilly and Ahmednagar.
  11. In a tussle to capture the Indian passenger car market, Maruti is likely to launch Maruti Splash or Ritz in the second week of May. Ritz will mount a 1.2 litre (KB series) petrol or 1.3-litre diesel engine and will be priced at around Rs 4-5.5 lakh. It will be positioned above WagonR but closer to Swift. Swift's petrol version may also be replaced by the 1.2-litre KB engine when Euro IV norms kick-in. Maruti is also likely to launch its new Alto in early 2010. When contacted Maruti said,