Ford Motor Company in India: Developing the Ford Figo

            
 
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Case Code : MKTG299
Case Length :20 Pages
Period : 2007-2009
Pub Date : 2012
Teaching Note : Not Available
Organization :Ford India
Industry : Automobiles
Countries : India

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The Small Cars Segment of the Passenger Vehicle Market in India

According to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers1 (SIAM), passenger cars were classified on the basis of length into mini (5,000mm). Earlier cars were classified on the basis of price into segments A (< Rs2 .300,000), B (Rs. 300,000-500,000), C (Rs. 500,000- Rs. 1 million), D (Rs. 1 million - Rs. 2.5 million) and E (> Rs. 2.5 million). Multi Utility Vehicles (MUVs) were classified on the basis of seating capacity - seven, nine, and 13-seaters. As of 2010, passenger vehicle sales contributed to 16% of the total automobile sales in India.

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Passenger vehicle sales had shown an increasing trend in the 2000s. India was the seventh largest producer of passenger cars in the world, as of December 2010 with sales of 1.95 million units. Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL)3 , and Tata Motors Ltd. (Tata Motors)4 were the dominant players with a combined share of more than two-thirds of the total sales of passenger cars.

In India small cars accounted for more than 70% of the total cars sold in the country and the country was the largest manufacturer of small cars in the world. Small cars - mini and compact - accounted for the sales of around 900,000 cars in India in 2009. With annual sales forecast to grow to 3.0 million units by 2016, global automakers started moving to introduce small cars in the country.

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1] SIAM, New Delhi, was a representative body of the automotive industry in India.
2] Rs.= Indian rupees. As of mid 2011, US$1 was approximately equal to Rs. 44.89.
3] It is the Indian subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company, Seoul, South Korea. It manufactures passenger cars for the domestic market in India and also exports cars to other countries from India.
4] Headquartered at Mumbai, Tata Motors is one of the leading automakers of India. It manufactured passenger cars, multipurpose vehicles, utility vehicles, and trucks.


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