SIAM to Organise Various Campaigns for World Environment Day

SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers) is going to celebrate this World Environment Day in a very unique way. Via the help of their initiative Society for Automotive Fitness & Environment (SAFE) over 5,500 automobile dealers will be organising several environment safety and conservation related activities. No matter how much we deny, factors like global … Read more

Swift and GO fail crash tests: SIAM accuses Global NCAP of scaremongering!

SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers) has come to the rescue of Maruti Suzuki and Nissan India following the two companies’ recent failure at the Global NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) crash tests. The Indian-made Swift and Datsun GO failed the test miserably and this was not the first time that Indian cars had fared badly in global tests. In the previous round of crash tests, the Tata Nano, Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, Ford Figo, and VW Polo had also not made the Indian companies/subsidiaries proud.


According to a report on, Vishnu Mathur, SIAM’s Director General has referred to Global NCAP’s verdict as an act of ‘scaremongering’ though he did not say ‘why’ it would do that. Mathur also said that every country has its own safety requirements and the Indian cars are meeting the safety norms set by our government.

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SIAM’s 54th Annual Convention: Nissan Exports 73% Micras; Plans Explained

The SIAM’s 54th Annual Convention focused on how to make India a major automotive hub, aiming to make the automotive industry an engine of India’s economic growth. The new Prime Minister in his Independence Day Speech requested multinational companies to make India their manufacturing centre and export nucleus.

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Union Budget: Reactions from Car Makers; Some Happy Some Say Nothing for Green Vehicles

The new government has given the ailing Indian automotive industry a much needed hope to come out of one of its worst days. They presented their first budget day before yesterday and let us have a look at how various manufactures and experts responded to it.

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