Laxmi Intercontinental P. Ltd., the sole authorized distributor for Hyundai Automobiles in Nepal has launched “Hyundai New Year Delight” scheme to mark Nepalese New Year 2076. Under this scheme, the customers can get the privilege of New Year benefits which is available in all Hyundai showrooms across Nepal. The scheme offers attractive cash discount, free one-year comprehensive insurance, Exchange Bonus up to Rs. 50,000 and additional loyalty bonus worth Rs. 15,000. All Hyundai vehicles come with 4 years free service and 3 years warranty.
Nepal government sounds death knell on electric vehicles
The Nepal government sounded the death knell on electric vehicles after announcing a steep hike in excise and customs duties on electric vehicles during the new budget presented to Parliament on Thursday. This move is a complete contradiction to Prime Minister’s KP Oli’s declaration that 20 percent of vehicles in Nepal would be electric by […]
IME Motors, Ashok Leyland’s exclusive dealer in Nepal, has launched its interactive mobile application called ‘IME Motors’, through which its valued customers can connect digitally. With this app, one can check their vehicle’s next servicing date, book a service slot, access their nearest service centres, locate outlets selling parts along with the sales offices. Anyone […]
Syakar Trading Company Pvt Ltd, the authorised distributor for Honda power products, cars, motorcycles and scooters in Nepal, and one of the leading companies of Jyoti Group has taken yet another step to fight against the spread of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19). In order to aid the government in controlling the spread of the pandemic, […]
Apollo Tyres opens office in Kathmandu One of the leading tyre brands, Apollo Tyres, has established its office in Nepal. Vice President of Marketing, Sales & Service for India, SAARC and Oceania at Apollo Tyres Ltd, Rajesh Dahiya inaugurated its first office in the SAARC region, outside of India. According to the press release issued […]
NOC finally slashes petrol and diesel prices by Rs 10 per litre
Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has finally slashed prices of petroleum products after receiving a revised list of prices from Indian Oil Corporation. Petrol now costs Rs 96 per litre while diesel and kerosene cost Rs 85 per litre each. Oil prices have slumped 66 percent since the beginning of the year, its biggest-ever quarterly loss, […]