Automotive Industry and Service Station

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I| Chapter 1IntroductionLiterature ReviewStatement of the ProblemPurpose of the StudyScope of the studyObjectives of the Study| | II| Chapter 2Organization ProfileOrganization ChartSampling and Research DesignData Collection Method| | III| Chapter 3Results & discussion with Charts & graphsFindingsSuggestionsConclusions| | IV| Chapter 4AppendixQuestionnaireBibliographyJoining ReportWeekly Reports| |

INTRODUCTION

The Project assigned to me was “A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATIAFACTION TOWARDS MAHINDRA&MAHINDRA VICHELES (APR)GAYA

INTRODUCTION ABOUT AUTOMOBILES INDUSTRY:

History and development of Automobiles also marks the dynamism in technological growth men have achieved. From the days of horseless carriages to the modern-age self-guided automobiles that are designed meticulously using cutting-edge technology, we have certainly-traveled too far. Automobile Industry in India is still in its infancy but growing rapidly. The opportunities in the automobile industry in India are attracting big names with the big purse and they are investing vigorously in infrastructure, design and development, and marketing. Automobile industry in India is today poised for (he big leap and t h i s segment helps you to be ready for that.

Indian Automobile Industry

The automobile industry is one of the core industries in India economy, whose prospect is reflective of the economic resilience of the economy. With the liberalization of the economy. India has become the playground of major global automobile majors.

This industry report of SCOPE MARKETING & INFORMATIONS SOLUTIONS PVT LTD provides extensive information on the Indian Automobile Industry. The automobile industry in India is gradually evolving to replicate those of developed countries. The report focuses on the trends that are emerging in the industry across segments, namely, passenger cars/multi-utility vehicles, commercial vehicles, two- wheelers and tractors. The qualitative analysis of the various trends reveals that the industry offers immense scope even for allied industries and those looking at investing in the auto industry’s a background, a brief perspective of the global automobile industry across segments has been provided with comparisons on Indian scenario wherever needed. It discusses the current scenario in the industry, with detailed look on segmentation, structure, and supply and demand scenarios. A detailed competitive analysis of the industry has been provided backed warn comprehensive details on production, sales, exports and imports over the years, across segments. Sales have increased with the entry of several foreign manufacturers and the introduction of new vehicle models. The report also deals with aggressive marketing strategies undertaken by different manufacturers in India. This highlights key issues influencing the automotive industry in India such as import and excise duties, emission norms etc and it also deals with various government regulations.

The Birth of Automobiles

The history of the automobile actually began about 4,000 years ago when the first wheel was used for transportation in India. Several Italians recorded designs for wind- driven vehicles. The first was Guido da Vigevano in 1335. It was a windmill-type drive to gears and thus to wheels. Vaturio designed a similar vehicle that was also never built. Later Leonardo da Vinci designed clockwork-driven tricycle with tiller steering and a differential mechanism between the rear wheels.

In the early 15th century, the Portuguese arrived in China and the interaction of the two cultures led to a variety of new technologies, including the creation of a wheel that turned under its own power. By the 1600s, small steam-powered engine models were...
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