Volkswagen Germany's Volkswagen group, led by Czech automaker Skoda, plans to invest around 1 billion euros (over Rs. 7,800 crore) in India over the next few years to develop six new models. Skoda is driving the emerging market strategy for the VW group and is leading the development process for new models in India which are expected to be rolled out post 2020 when new regulations related to safety and emissions come into force in the country. The proposed six new models, three each under Skoda and Volkswagen brands, would cater mainly to the domestic market.volkswagen has recently launched the new Passat in India #volkswagon#skoda#carsforlife#passat # #automobiles#carsforhope#cars
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The New Swift Is Here
Available with the existing petrol and diesel engine and new features like, "Suzuki's 7-inch smart play infotainment system" , "Auto climate control" , "Passive Keyless entry system and push start-stop" "ABS, EBD and Dual front airbag" are standard now.
Books #468 & #469 in the collection from 1968 & 1965 respectively. Yes, that is the infamous Unsafe at Any Speed by Ralph Nader. Likely the most hated book in automobile history, especially if you love Corvairs, but when else has a book been the big story here? Love it or hate it, its importance meant that it was absolutely necessary for us to have a copy and today I found one.
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Paintless dent repair (PDR), also known as paintless dent removal, describes a method of removing minor dents from the body of a motor vehicle. A wide range of damage can be repaired using PDR as long as the paint surface is intact. PDR may be used on both aluminum and steel panels.