Tata Motors Loses Two Top Dealers to Other Rivals

Pune based B.U Bhandari Auto and Delhi based A-One, two of the top dealers of Tata Motors, have been lured away by rival companies who have offering them better margins

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Pune based B.U Bhandari Auto and Delhi based A-One, two of the top dealers who comprised a total of 5 to 6% of Tata Motors passenger car sales, have been lured away by rival companies who are offering them better margins. B.U Bhandari Auto, which become a Tata Motors dealer more than a decade ago, will now host products of German carmaker, Volkswagen and A-One will distribute and service cars from Honda, BMW and Rolls Royce. A slow pick-up in sales of Fiat Auto, whose vehicles are distributed in India by Tata Motors is also believed to be cause of the exits made by these two dealers. An official from Tata Motors, confirmed the exit of the two dealers but stated that, “This has nothing to do with their business or relationship with Tata Motors.”

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