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Mr. Khattar former Managing Director of Maruti Suzuki plans to come up with multi-brand service station. After retiring from the post of managing director last year, Khattar has decided to start a pan-India multi-brand service and retail network. This new service station will pick up your car from home irrespective of its make, service it and drop it again at your garage. Khattar’s new venture will have around 100 outlets in the next four to five years. Khattar sees lot of potential for this new model as the existing dealer network won’t be sufficient to meet the demand. “The car market in India is set to expand from one million units annually to two million units in the coming years and this would require more showrooms and workshops, calling for Rs 8,000-10,000 crore investments, considering high set-up costs, including the real estate,” Khattar said. “I plan to start a company that will have joint ventures across the country to provide this infrastructure and it would be at a far lesser cost, considering it will be multi-brand (separate showrooms for each brand),” Khattar added.
Reliance Auto Zone:
Reliance Retail Ltd plans to start a chain of specialty stores to sell auto accessories and service cars. The new initiative called ‘Reliance AutoZone’ retails electric bikes, offers buying and selling of used cars and house a service centre for cars as well as two-wheelers. Reliance plans to open 400 auto zones across the country in the next three-four years. Reliance Auto Zone in Jamnagar already sells Hero Ultra ebikes. Auto Zone has not tied up with any of the auto companies and will go it alone. “We are not inclined to any make or any model,” says Arun Dey, chief executive of Reliance AutoZone,said. “Everyone can come in. Today, most of the outlets are so crowded and use spurious parts…people have no choice”, he added.