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NDTV Profit, Car India and Bike India to name the best cars and two-wheelers in India

12-January-2007
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NDTV Profit, Car India and Bike India to name the best cars and two-wheelers in India

NDTV Profit and Car India and Bike India are all set for the second edition of CNB-AAA Awards. The Awards would be showcased in the ‘Car and Bike’ and ‘All about Ads’ shows on NDTV Profit.

Among the 31 Award categories, the top awards include Automobile of the Year and Motorcycle of the Year, which will be picked up from 12 contenders in the car and bike categories, respectively. The contenders for the Automobile of the Year category include GM (Aveo, SRV, and U-VA), Honda (Civic, CR-V), Toyota (Camry), Maruti (MR Wagon / New Zen Estillo), Mitsubishi (Cedia), and Hyundai (Verna).

The seven contenders for the Motorcycle of the Year include Honda (Shine 125cc), Suzuki (Zeus / Heat 125cc), Yamaha (Gladiator 125cc), TVS (Apache 150cc), Hero Honda (CBZ X-treme, Pleasure), Bajaj (Pulsar DTS-Fi), and Kinetic (Blaze). Besides these, there will also be a viewers’ choice category of awards.

A retrospective view of the best marketing stands that have been taken by the competitors to boost up sales will also be the highlight of the Awards ceremony, which will be held in Mumbai on January 12.

“In the second year, the CNB-AAA Awards have already become the most sought after automobile honours in the country. We are very proud to host this Award ceremony, where the most respected industry leaders will evaluate, choose and recognise excellence in automobiles based on key parameters like design and performance,” said Shivnath Thukral, Managing Editor of NDTV Profit.

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