Dr.Umamaheswari Sankar, Dr.Umamaheswari Sankar and Dr.R.Rajasekaran, Dr.R.Rajasekaran (2019) Customer perception and buying for E-Vehicle with reference to Passenger Car Market in the Changing Environment. AIMS International journal for management. pp. 542-547. ISSN 978-1-943295-11-1

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Launch of electric vehicles in India will be impactful and supportive for the Indian Government by cutting its oil bills.
Entry of electric vehicle is expected to help to reduce oil import, energy security, and large financial benefits to power
utilities. Possibility of reducing the dependency on fuel is less by the renewable through “smart charging”. These
benefits are expected to provide a net positive economic impact of approximately $85 billion and reduce emission by
37%. The implementation of electric vehicle all over the world is in need to produce eco friendly vehicle to save the
nature and natural resources. Government offer incentives to improve E-vehicle acceptance along with measures to
maintain infrastructure facilities. This transformation from fossil fuel vehicle to electrical vehicle will be more risky
and it should meet its infrastructure for E-vehicle charging and customer perceptions around electric mobility. This
study has been taken to understand customer perception and buying behaviour for the e-vehicle of automobile industry
more specifically with passenger car market in Coimbatore. Present research is a descriptive study, primary data and
secondary data has been used. Objectives were framed, research design prepared, required data have been collected
and suitable analysis were made. Findings of the study reveal that there is a positive move from customers will boost
the e-vehicle market and help automobile industry manufacturing units, dealers, insurance companies, oil bunks and

Item Type: Article
Subjects: A Business and Management > AB Business and Management
Divisions: PSG College of Arts and Science > Department of Commerce
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Date Deposited: 02 Feb 2022 03:21
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2022 03:30
URI: http://ir.psgcas.ac.in/id/eprint/293

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