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It was a predictable step after the industrial giant Tata Motors acquires ownership of Jaguar and Land Rover . Finally both brands and have own factory in India. but at the moment is not exactly a whole plant but a jointer.
Located in Pune, in the Region of Maharashtra, where his first task will be to handle the Land Rover Freelander 2. It would be received from the United Kingdom dismantled cars, as if it were LEGOS. They are then assembled according to strict quality processes common to the mark, under the close Supervision ³ n expert technicians from Europe.
We know that the Land Rover Freelander 2, SUVs expected, will be on sale only in TD4 and SD4 versions priced from 3,389,000 rupees (Indian currency) but excluding taxes and enrollments.
Land Rover made its first dealer in India only in 2009, and has been experiencing strong growth that goes hand in hand with increased local market.
For an upstart on issues in the automotive industry may be moving cars rarely unarmed from the UK to India, but if they do should be more economically advantageous economic instead of assembling them all in the European region.
Through fuel efficient competition that was held on Tuesday (17/02/2009) at the Sentul International Circuit in Bogor, West Java. Bajaj XCD 125 has confirmed his achievement as a motor class motor sport. This achievement makes PT Bajaj Auto Indonesia (BAI) entered World Record Museum of Indonesia (Muri). Within 3 hours 48 minutes, Bajaj XCD 125 can penetrate the 104 km to the use of one liter of gasoline In the competition which followed some 30 journalists and 26 owners of Bajaj XCD 125, PT Bajaj Auto Indonesia only provide fuel in the tank as much as 0.5 liters. The participants must have traveled as far as possible with the existing fuel inventories. Any motor provided in standard condition and has never been used daily.
Bajaj XCD 125 DTS-Si technology (Digital Twin Spark Swirl Induction) is able to present an economical motor fuel consumption and environmentally friendly. Although car manufacturers (sole agent) increase the selling price of other bike, the related dollar appreciation against the rupiah. PT Bajaj Auto Indonesia still retains the old price. For example, Bajaj XCD 125 DTS-Si, since it was launched in June 2008, the price was USD 13.5 million.
PT Bajaj Auto Indonesia, as car manufacturers Bajaj motorcycles in Indonesia, dismissed the notion that had been circulating that in the near future, will be released Bajaj Bajaj 135 cc and 250 cc. Currently Bajaj still concentrate