Why Chennai turned into 'Detroit Of India'

Mar 13 2014, 21:33 IST
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Tamil Nadu, home state of Chennai has witnessed around 95.5% increase in the car ownership per family. Tamil Nadu, home state of Chennai has witnessed around 95.5% increase in the car ownership per family.
SummaryChennai is the hub of auto industry, being home to Ford, Hyundai, Nissan/Renault.

level mid size sedan or the compact sedans (which is very much the same scenario in the whole country). The used car scene among these masses comes down to the price bracket of Rs 1 lakh to Rs 4 lakh and this bracket includes vehicles ranging from sedans to diesel hatches.

Chennai also houses decent market space for the luxury offerings. According to a Mercedes Benz dealership in Chennai, they are selling 50 to 60 cars every month. The Merc personnel said that around 50 percent of the Merc owners upgrade their existing cars with the dealership only. The dealer also mentioned that there are MB brand loyal people who retain there exquisite car and buy a newer Merc! Audi dealership in the city mentioned that Audi owners exchange there 'four ring' generally in three years, the dealer added that the Audi owners sell there vehicle at 'Jubilant MotorWorks'.

Currently, online buying and selling has gained momentum in the country with general classified websites to a more dedicated website for new and used car selling, CarDekho; where masses enjoy hassle free online dealing. People, nowadays go for online selling so as to remove the middle man and do direct seller - buyer dealing. As of now, there are more than 1700 used car listed in Chennai at CarDekho.com.

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