Multijet Sales Multiply

Monday, November 7, 2011

FIAT'S 1.3 Litre Multijet dieses engine whose production began in 2003 has crossed the four million mark worldwide. The engine which evolved from Fiat's common-rail system was developed in 1997 and is being constantly refined and sold in various contries.
The 1248cc engine is available with two power choices ranging from 75bhp with a fixed geometry turbocharger and 90bhp with variable geometry turbocharger.
In 2008, Fiat began manufacturing the 1.3 litre 16v Multijet at its facility at Ranjangaon. The Multijet engine now powers the Swift, Dzire and Ritz (where its is sold as DDiS) as well as the Still, Punto, Linea and Fiat 500. Ity also does duty in the Indica Vista and Indigo Manza where It's known as the QuadraJet. Now the SX4 diesel which will have a 90bhp engine will join the family. So far, an estimated 2.1 lakh units have been installed in cars in india in 2010.
Overseas, the Multijet does duty in the Panda and Punto family. It also powers the Lancia Ypsilon, and Alfa Romeo MiTo (where it is sold as JTDm).


Rolls Royace on a Roll

Rolls-Royace Posted record sales of 2,711 cars in 2010, and india along with some other markets in the Asia-Pacific region were the biggest contributors, The Goodwood, UK-based company found 70 customers in india, up from just 10 in 2009. Rolls has a dealership each in Mumbai and New Delhi.
Rolls-Royace's global sales in 2010 are more than double its previous best of 1,212 cars in 2008, and a 171 percent increase over 1002 cars in 2009. The company's chief Torsten Muller-Otvos says, "We begin 2011 with a sustainable business model, a flexible workforce and great confidence in the future success of our company".
The company says that demand for its latest model, the Ghost, has been exceptional. Around 80 percent of Ghost customers have never previously owned a Rolls-Royace.
While the US reminded the biggest single market for Rolls-Royace in 2010, followed by China and the UK, strong growth was also seen in markets like India, Korea, Japan and Singapore.


Brand New THAR from CRDe

Here's a vehicle with an attitude against roads, and proudly so. Its 4 wheel drive mode, extreme approach and independent front suspension, mean that it can humble the most challenging terrain. A 2.5L CRDe engine puts quick, quiet and effecient power to the wide tyres, letting the Thar cruise where most wouldn't even dream of going. So it isn't surprising that Thar feeels offended having to put up with flat tar roads. 


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