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Fridays for Future: How Students From Across India Protested Against Climate Change Today

Today, in an effort to fight against the ‘Global Climate Strike’, students in over 2000 cities around the world organised a campaign. It was one of a kind. The campaign is an attempt to raise voice against global inaction and apathy towards climate change. The Global Climate Strike, which took several Indian cities by a storm today, will continue till September ... Read More »

Frankfurt Motor Show: Cars that show us how future looks like

One of the world’s most significant international exhibitions in the automobile industry, the Frankfurt Motor Show is an annual event held in Frankfurt, Germany, under the formal name of “Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA)”. For its latest iteration, the IAA has played host to almost all major automobile manufacturers around the world. Since everybody has jumped about the electric vehicle bandwagon, a ... Read More »

How flight ticket pricing could change in the future

Heading off on a business trip used to be simple. Book a ticket, pack your bag and be on your way. In the future? Not so much. Business travellers could have to navigate a variety of fare types and add-ons —in some cases inspired by low-cost airlines and their thirst for what the industry terms “ancillary revenue.” This is revenue ... Read More »

How CARS24 is shaking up the used car industry in India through technology innovation

The used car market in India is growing at a phenomenal pace and due to shorter car ownership periods, price value quotient, penetration in smaller towns, demand for used luxury cars, and reduced customer anxiety towards pre-owned car segment, it is turning out to be bigger than the new car market As per the data by SIAM released in 2018, ... Read More »

How much do used hatchbacks, sedans and luxury cars cost?

The used car market in India has become larger than the new car market. Photo: Mint The used car market in India is larger than the new car market. In the year 2017-18, a total of 3.28 million passenger vehicles, which includes hatchbacks, sedans and SUVs, were sold in India. The used car industry’s volume was 3.8 million units over ... Read More »

Buyer beware: How to avoid buying a used Uber or Lyft car

If you are looking to buy a used car—beware!  Former Uber and Lyft vehicles are popping up in used car lots without any warning to you, the potential buyer. Experts tell us their wear and tear is worse than what typical used cars experience, which could lead to costly repairs and maintenance for the next owner. West Palm Beach resident ... Read More »

Volkswagen Ameo Petrol compact sedan gets more fuel efficient: Here’s how

With fuel prices shooting through the roof, every car maker is looking to launch the most fuel efficient cars possible, both in petrol and diesel trim. Volkswagen has already bumped up the fuel efficiency of the Polo hatchback by downsizing the car’s petrol engine to a 1 litre-3 cylinder unit, from a 1.2 liter-3 cylinder unit. Now the same has ... Read More »

New 2018 Yamaha YZF-R15 review: The emperor strikes back, and how!

The Yamaha R15 needs no introduction. It set a new benchmark for the entry level performance bikes a decade back with the V1.0 (version 1.0) and later followed up with the (more) aggressive V2.0. Last month, at the Delhi Auto Expo, Yamaha took off the wraps from this all-new V3.0 and surprised us with a relatively affordable sticker price of ... Read More »

Want to buy used car with reasonable price? We tell you how

The insurance costs of a pre-owned car are lesser compared to a new car. Image source: PTI Want to own a car but are not willing to spend too much money? You can seek a well-maintained, reliable used car that has aged gracefully, with a second-hand car loan. A used car loan helps you procure an otherwise costly item that ... Read More »

400 Deaths A Day On India’s Roads. So Just How Safe Is Your Car?

The non-profit Global NCAP has over the years given zero star rating to many small vehicles sold in India In India, more than 150,000 people are killed each year in traffic accidents. That’s about 400 fatalities a day and far higher than developed auto markets like the U.S., which in 2016 logged about 40,000. Now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government ... Read More »