Suzuki Motor (SZKMF)

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New York Times  May 18  Comment 
The Japanese automaker said its methods did not exaggerate results. Also Wednesday, the chief of Mitsubishi said he would resign after a fuel-test scandal there.
The Economic Times  May 18  Comment 
The new Alto 800 now delivers a fuel efficiency of 24.7 Km/l of petrol, around 9 per cent improvement over the earlier version.
The Economic Times  May 18  Comment 
Fuel economy compliance has come under increased scrutiny since Mitsubishi said last month it falsified fuel economy readings for some of its mini-vehicle models.
The Economic Times  May 18  Comment 
Buy Maruti Suzuki with a target of Rs 4100 and a stop loss of Rs 3890
Automotive World  May 17  Comment 
The latest Indian crash test results from Global NCAP released today (17) in Delhi continue to disappoint with all five models rated as zero star. The Renault Kwid, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Eeco, Mahindra Scorpio and Hyundai Eon all...
The Economic Times  May 16  Comment 
Maruti is not only the country's major industrial unit but also understands the aspirations and requirements of the people, Abhishek Mishra said.
The Economic Times  May 13  Comment 
The redi-Go will compete with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Alto and Hyundai's Eon, which are priced between Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 4.42 lakh (ex-showroom price Delhi).
The Economic Times  May 11  Comment 
Sell Maruti Suzuki with a target of Rs 3810 and a stop loss of Rs 3895





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Market Share

U.S. Auto Industry Market Share by Sales
Manufacturer May-06[1] May-07[2] May-08[2]
GM25%24%19%
Toyota15%17%18%
Ford17%17%15%
Chrysler13%13%11%
Honda9%9%12%
Nissan6%6%7%
Hyundai-5%6%
BMW-2%2%
Volkswagen-2%2%
Daimler-1%2%
Global Auto Industry Market Share by Production[3][4]
Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production
GM113.0%11.9%-11%Suzuki113.6%3.8%1%
Toyota211.8%13.3%8%Chrysler123.5%2.7%-25%
Volkswagen38.7%9.3%3%Daimler132.9%3.1%4%
Ford48.7%7.8%-13%BMW142.1%2.1%-7%
Honda55.4%5.6%0%Mitsubishi152.0%1.9%-7%
PSA64.8%4.8%-4%Kia161.9%2.0%2%
Nissan74.8%4.9%-1%Mazda171.8%1.9%5%
Fiat83.7%3.6%-6%Avtovaz181.0%1.2%9%
Renault93.7%3.5%-9%Faw191.0%0.9%-6%
Hyundai103.6%4.0%6%Tata200.8%1.1%36%



U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)
U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)[2]




References

  1. Auto Oberver - A Historic Year For US Vehicle Sales
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 US News - How Toyota Could Become the U.S. Sales Champ
  3. [http://oica.net/wp-content/uploads/world-ranking-2007.pdf OICA - World Motor Vehicle Production, 2007]
  4. [http://oica.net/wp-content/uploads/world-ranking-2008.pdf OICA - World Motor Vehicle Production, 2008]
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