Sunday, 22 February 2015

Aston Martin will be in Auto Expo-2016

Aston Martin will be in Auto Expo-2016
  British super premium sports car maker Aston Martin, its Italian rival Maserati and ultra premium automaker Bentley could debut in the next year's Auto Expo to be held from February 5-9(in 2016). for the first time these luxury car makers have approached organisers of the Auto Expo to participate in India's flagship automobile show.   In last year's Auto Expo there were about 70 unveilings,
of which 26 were global models. A total of 5.61 lakh people visited the show.
     Luxury car market in India has been gradually growing and is estimated to be over 30,000 cars annually, with the likes of German firms Audi and Mercedes-Benz crossing the 10,000 units mark. The sports luxury car segment is also becoming an
area of attraction with these companies, along with BMW seeking to expand the segment.
     The Auto Expo is organised by industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers , CII and Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA). The 2016 edition of the expo will be held in two separate venues like it was in 2014. The motor show will be held at India Expo Mart at Greater Noida and the component show at Pragati Maidan in Delhi.  According to the application form issued by the organisers, the public days of the expo will be from February 5-9, 2016, while February 3-4 will be exclusively reserved as media days as was the case last year.

Financial Planning In Buying a bike

Financial Planning In Buying a bike

Buying a two-wheeler is most commonthing in many people's life. but, in buying it saving money is also crucial thing... for it financial planning and decission making is important. Even though the sum of money needed is considerable, we tend to readily jump at any financial deal that comes our way or try to bargain for some kind of discount. We rarely look at the alternatives that actually can save us some money.

It’s definitely a lot more fun to drool over bikes on the Internet and those on display at the showrooms than to read through a stack of financial papers, but these documents are legally binding and can become a burden quicker than you think. However, if you want to save a little money (which most of us do), it’s worth spending some time on the financial part of buying a two-wheeler. Signing the right financial document can save you some money.

Paying Cash Is Best way

Walk into a showroom with cash bag and then treat you as a valid customer. You will also be able to negotiate for a better price and be free of the daunting interest rates. Alternatively, you may seek a personal loan from your local bank and take that money straight to the showroom and pick up your bike. Local and smaller banks usually offer you a better rate of interest than what the showroom tie-up banks will offer you. This brings us to the next point.

Personal Loans

If you take a personal loan to purchase your two-wheeler, you will pay a fixed monthly amount over a period of time. Besides shelling out a certain amount for the down payment, your equated monthly instalment (EMI) will include a part of the amount due along with interest. In order to save on the amount of interest to be paid every month, you may consider a higher down payment and spread the loan amount over fewer months. In such a case not only will your EMI amount be less, you will also end up saving on the interest amount you would otherwise pay in case of a smaller down payment.

Hire Purchase

Hire purchase is one of the longest established ways of buying a two-wheeler. You go to the showroom, pick the two-wheeler you want and you put down a deposit. Then you pay fixed monthly instalments over a fixed period of time until the value of the bike and interest at whatever rate was originally agreed upon is paid. Unlike in loans, you do not own the bike until the last payment is made. Which means that it can be re-possessed if you stop paying. Also if you decide to sell the bike privately before the end of the hire purchase period, you will need to settle the finance first.

Card Payment

You will probably not buy a high-end bike and pay the bill on your credit-card. However, if you are shopping in the lower range, it makes for a good financial deal. Many credit-card companies now-a-days offer you a zero per cent interest for up to six months, in some cases for nine, and this can be a good way to spread out your payment without having to pay any interest at all. Regardless of how you finance a two-wheeler, it is worth putting 10-20 per cent of the cost on a credit-card, even if it’s only the deposit.