CNBC-TV18 Autocar Car contest -Guess the 'car of the year' and drive it home!

Mumbai, January 4, 2006: CNBC-TV18 and Autocar India is giving every car lover a once in a lifetime opportunity to win and drive away with the CNBC-TV18 Autocar Car of the Year by participating in the special ‘Guess The Car Of The Year’ contest.

In view of the fast approaching CNBC-TV18 Autocar Auto Awards '06, which will be announced at a grand ceremony in New Delhi on January 11, 2006, CNBC-TV18 has announced a first-of-its-kind contest calling all car lovers who would like to try their luck deciding which Car should win the CNBC-TV18 Car of the Year Awards.


To participate in the ‘Guess The Car Of The Year’ contest:

• Log on to and choose one out of the six

contenders listed


• SMS 'COTY' to 2622 and follow instructions to choose among the



The contest ensures that the lucky winner drives away with the Car of the Year 2006.

Participants will need to choose from among the six contenders competing for the ‘Car of the Year Award 2006’ which are:

• Maruti Udyog – Swift

• Hyundai - Sonata Embera

• Hyundai – Tucson

• Ford – Fiesta

• Toyota – Innova

• Skoda Auto – Laura


The most prestigious of the Auto Awards the ‘Car of the Year Award 2006’ puts to test the latest cars in India to arrive at a car that satisfies all customer needs.

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