Over the past decade, India has seen an upsurge in the volume and variety of the sales in latest cars and other automobiles on its roads. The country has seen the entry of some of the top manufacturers of cars and automobiles of the world within its industrial sector. These companies have entered the market either in collaboration with Indian partners or even independently.
There is a coexistence of both Indian companies as well as foreign companies in the automobile sector in India. The original companies that were already there are those of Hindustan Motors, Maruti Udyog, Mahindra and Tata Motors. These companies had a successful presence. However with the opening of the Indian market to the world there is the presence of several international brands of cars like Mercedes, Volkswagen, Porsche, Chevrolet and BMW to name a few.
Car Companies in India
Several car companies have hit the Indian roads of late. In addition, this includes several brands of cars under each company name. Their own specialty aspects of sports cars or utility vehicles, from small cars to big cars or even the economy models to the luxury models mark all these.
Additionally there are separate features that distinguish the cars based on their fuel efficiency or the car engine structuring and capacity. Various features and aspects play a role in determining the classifications of different cars even under the same company.
Among the major car companies with a significant presence on Indian roads, as well Hyundai and Maruti still play a dominant role. Hyundai has a series of market launches with small and medium sized cars like the Santro, i10 and i20. Maruti on the other hand continues to sport many newer models of the older brands that are under it like Zen, Esteem and Swift.
Honda is gradually grabbing a large share of the market for sedans. They have introduced several brands and models like that of Honda City, Honda Accord and Honda Civic.
Two of the several new companies that have made quite a splash in different types of cars the names of Chevrolet and Volkswagen stand out. The two companies have brought out several brands of cars in both the sectors of the small sized to medium and big cars and met with equal success among consumers.
General Motors continues to have its share among the Indian consumers with it steady brand of dependable range of cars. Mitsubishi too has survived the competition from the newer entrants largely. Mahindra continues to grow in its market share of heavy utility vehicles and SUV types of cars.
Among a car, company of Indian origin besides Marti Tata Motors continues to make its presence felt in both heavy utility as well as cars. These are all backed equally by the promise of the company for the best performances and service quality.
Several other companies like Toyota, Mercedes, Porsche, Skoda and BMW are making their presence felt in the Indian market and among its consumers. There is no doubt that the Indian market is huge and increasing at the same time. The increasing present sales figures also make for a promising future for these companies.