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Honda Civic bags 'NDTV Profit Car & Bike Award' Car of the Year

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MUMBAI: Hero Honda CBZ X-Treme & Honda Civic were named as the best bike and the best car of 2006 at the annual 'NDTV Profit Car & Bike India Awards' event in Mumbai. Honda Civic and TVS Apache won the Viewers' Choice awards and the Marketing Team award went to General Motors. Mr. Anand Mahindra was awarded the 'NDTV Profit Car & Bike Automobile Man of the Year'.



Speaking on the occasion, Honda Siel Cars India president and CEO M Takedagawa said, 'Civic has done us proud across the world with its style, technology and its ability to adapt ongoing innovation and its heartening to know it's the same for India'.

 

Hero Honda managing director Pawan Munjal while accepting the Bike of the year for CBZ X-Treme said, 'This award is a tribute to Hero Honda and all in the Hero Honda family'.



Mahindra and Mahindra vice chairman and managing director Anand Mahindra on being awarded Automotive Man of the Year award said, 'I am happy to receive the award from a prestigious and credible organization like NDTV and I dedicate this award to the entire Mahindra team'.



The second edition of 'CNB-AAA Awards 2007', in association with Car India and Bike India was witnessed by the nation's top professionals corporate honchos from the auto industry. The NDTV Profit Car and Bike awards celebrates the best design, unmatched technology, style and performance in the automobile industry and awards the best vehicles that dominated the markets.



CNB-AAA Awards is an attempt to award the best in the automobile industry as showcased in the Car and Bike and All About Ads shows. The event was presented across 30 different categories at a special awards ceremony at Mumbai.



Some of the unique award categories that were incorporated this year included best commercial vehicles awards, vehicle Design and imported vehicles award.

** Winners in respective categories:



Cars



Honda Civic - Car of the Year

Maruti and General Motors - Car Manufacturer of the Year.

The category saw a tie between the two automobile manufacturers.

Chevrolet Aveo U-VA - Small Car of the Year

Hyundai Verna - Mid-size Car of the Year

Honda Civic - Executive Car of the Year

Toyota Camry - Premium Car of the Year

Honda CR-V- SUV of the Year

Audi Q7- Import SUV of the Year

Porsche 911 Carrera 4S- Import Car of the Year

Aspire Asymmetric Tyre, Apollo Tyres - Automotive Product of the Year

ABS ESP from MICO BOSCH - Automotive Technology of the Year



Bikes

Hero Honda CBZ X-Treme - Bike of the Year

Bajaj Auto Limited - Bike Manufacturer of the Year

Bajaj Platina - Bike of the Year upto 100 cc

Yamaha Gladiator - Bike of the Year upto 125 cc

Hero Honda CBZ X-Treme- Bike of the Year upto 150 cc

Kinetic Blaze - Scooter of the Year

PGM-FI from Hero Honda - Bike Technology of the Year 

Commercial Vehicles

Force MAN L49 Tractor Head - CV of the Year

Tata Motors Limited- CV Manufacturer of the Year

Volvo B7R - CV Technology of the Year

Special Award

Karun Chandhok - Indian Motorsport Award

Honda Civic - Automotive Design of the year Automotive

Man of the Year Mahindra & Mahindra vice chairman and managing director Anand Mahindra



CNB/NDTV AWARDS

M&M Scorpio - CNB-AAA Creative Print Campaign of the year

Zen Estilo - CNB-AAA Creative TV Campaign of the year

General Motors - CNB-AAA Marketing team of the year 

Honda and General Motors (Tie & award shared between the two)

CNB-AAA PR & Viewer's Choice Awards

TVS Apache - CNB-AAA Viewers' choice Bike of the Year

Honda Civic - CNB-AAA Viewers' choice Car of the Year 

Aamir Khan (Toyota Innova) - CNB-AAA Brand Ambassador of the Year.

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