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Premier Car Showrooms in Madhya Pradesh

Premier Car Showrooms in Madhya Pradesh - Find a list of Premier Car Showrooms in Madhya Pradesh along with their Service Centre available in Madhya Pradesh with their Address, Contact person, Phone Numbers, Fax Number, Email IDs etc.

Premier Car Showrooms in Madhya Pradesh

  • Agar
  • Ahirkhedi
  • Ajaigarh
  • Akoda
  • Akodia
  • Alampur
  • Alirajpur
  • Alot
  • Amanganj
  • Amarkantak
  • Amarpatan
  • Amarwara
  • Ambada
  • Ambah
  • Amkhera
  • Amla
  • Amlai
  • Anjad
  • Antari
  • Anuppur
  • Aron
  • Ashoknagar
  • Ashta
  • Athner
  • Babai
  • Badagaon
  • Badagaon (Badagoan)
  • Bada Malhera
  • Badarwas
  • Badawada
  • Badi
  • Badkuhi
  • Badnagar
  • Badnawar
  • Badod
  • Badoda
  • Badoni
  • Badra
  • Bagh
  • Bagli
  • Baihar
  • Baikunthpur
  • Balaghat
  • Baldeogarh
  • Bamhani
  • Bamor
  • Bamora
  • Banda
  • Bangarda Bada
  • Bangarda Chhota
  • Bangawan
  • Bank
  • Bansatar Kheda
  • Baraily
  • Barela
  • Barghat
  • Bargi
  • Barhi
  • Barigarh
  • Barman Kalan
  • Barwaha
  • Barwaha Kasba
  • Barwani
  • Basoda (Ganj Basoda)
  • Begamganj
  • Beohari
  • Berasia
  • Betma
  • Betul
  • Betul-Bazar
  • Bhainsa
  • Bhander
  • Bhander
  • Bhanpura
  • Bharveli
  • Bhaurasa
  • Bhavra
  • Bhedaghat
  • Bhicholi Hapsi
  • Bhikangaon
  • Bhilakhedi
  • Bhind
  • Bhitarwar
  • Bhopal
  • Biaora
  • Bichhiya
  • Bijawar
  • Bijuri
  • Bilaua
  • Bilpura
  • Bina - Etawa
  • Bina Railway Colony
  • Birsinghpur
  • Boda
  • Borgaon
  • Budni
  • Burhanpur
  • Burhar
  • Buxwaha
  • Buzurg
  • Chachaura-Binaganj
  • Chakghat
  • Chandameta - Butaria
  • Chanderi
  • Chandia
  • Chaurai Khas
  • Chhanera
  • Chhapiheda
  • Chhatarpur
  • Chhindwara
  • Chichli
  • Chicholi
  • Chitrakoot
  • Churhat
  • Daboh
  • Dabra
  • Dahi
  • Damoh
  • Damua
  • Datia
  • Dehrisaray
  • Deodara
  • Deohra
  • Deori
  • Depalpur
  • Devendranagar
  • Dewas
  • Dhamnod
  • Dhana
  • Dhanpuri (Nargada Hari Dafai)
  • Dhar
  • Dharampuri
  • Dhodaramohar (Bhoura)
  • Dighawani
  • Diken
  • Dindori
  • Dola
  • Dongar Parasia
  • Dumar Kachhar
  • Dungariya Chhapara
  • Gadarwara
  • Gairatganj
  • Gamiria Sagar
  • Gandhi Sagar Hydel Col
  • Garhakota
  • Garhi-Malhara
  • Garoth
  • Garra
  • GCF Jabalpur (Gun Carriage Factory Jabalpur)
  • Ghansaur (Ghansor)
  • Ghoda Dongri Ryt
  • Ghuwara
  • Gogaon
  • Gogapur (Mehidpur Road)
  • Gohad
  • Goraiya
  • Gormi
  • Gotegaon (Chhota Chhindwara)
  • Govindgarh
  • Gujarkheda
  • Guna
  • Gurh
  • Gwalior
  • Hanumana
  • Harda
  • Harduli
  • Harpalpur
  • Harrai
  • Hatod
  • Hatpiplya (Hatpipalya)
  • Hatta
  • Hatwas
  • Hindoria
  • Hirapur
  • Hirdepur
  • Hoshangabad
  • Hukmakhedi
  • Ichhawar
  • Iklehra
  • Indergarh
  • Indore
  • Isagarh
  • Itarsi
  • Jabalpur
  • Jabalpur Cantonment
  • Jabera
  • Jaisinghnagar
  • Jaithari
  • Jaitpur
  • Jaitwara
  • Jamai
  • Jaora
  • Jatara
  • Jaura Khurd
  • Jawad
  • Jawar
  • Jeron Khalsa
  • Jhabua
  • Jhundpura
  • Jiran
  • Jirapur
  • Jobat
  • Joura
  • Kailaras
  • Kakarhati
  • Kanad
  • Kannod
  • Kantaphod
  • Kapuria
  • Kareli
  • Karera
  • Kari
  • Karmeta
  • Karnawad
  • Karrapur
  • Kasrawad
  • Katangi
  • Katangi
  • Kelhauri (Chachai)
  • Keolari
  • Khacharod (Khachrod)
  • Khairi
  • Khajuraho
  • Khand (Bansagar)
  • Khandwa
  • Khaniyadhana
  • Khargapur
  • Khargone
  • Khategaon
  • Khetia
  • Khilchipur
  • Khirkiya
  • Khor
  • Khujner
  • Khurai
  • Kirnapur
  • Kolar
  • Kolaras
  • Kosmi
  • Kotar
  • Kothi
  • Kothri
  • Kotma
  • Kukdeshwar
  • Kukshi
  • Kumbhraj
  • Kundam
  • Kurwai
  • Kymore
  • Lahar
  • Lakhnadon
  • Lanji
  • Lasudiya Mori
  • Lateri
  • Laundi (Lavkushnagar)
  • Lidhora Khas
  • Limbodi
  • Lodhikheda
  • Loharda
  • Lonia Karbal
  • Machalpur
  • Madai
  • Madhawgdha
  • Maharajpur
  • Maheshwar
  • Mahidpur
  • Mahura
  • Maihar
  • Majhauli
  • Majhgawan
  • Majholi
  • Makdon
  • Makronia Buzurg
  • Maksi
  • Malajkhand
  • Malanpur
  • Malhargarh
  • Maliya Guda
  • Manasa
  • Manawar
  • Mandav
  • Mandideep
  • Mandla
  • Mandleshwar
  • Mandsaur
  • Manegaon
  • Mangawan
  • Manglaya Sadak
  • Manpur
  • Mau
  • Mauganj
  • Meghnagar
  • Meharagaon
  • Mehgaon
  • Mhow Cantonment
  • Mhowgaon
  • Mihona
  • Mohgaon
  • Morar Cantonment
  • Morena
  • Multai
  • Mundi
  • Mungaoli
  • Murwara (Katni)
  • Nagda
  • Nagod
  • Nagri
  • Naigarhi
  • Nainpur
  • Nalkheda
  • Namli
  • Nanpur
  • Narayangarh
  • Narsimhapur (Narsinghpur)
  • Narsinghgarh
  • Narsinghgarh
  • Narwar
  • Nasrullaganj
  • Naudhia
  • Neemuch
  • Nepanagar
  • Neuton Chikhli Kalan
  • Niwari
  • Niwas
  • Nowbasata
  • Nowgong
  • Nowrozabad (Khodargama)
  • Obedullaganj
  • Omkareshwar
  • Orchha
  • Ordnance Factory Itarsi
  • Ordnance Factory Khamaria
  • Pachmarhi Cantonment
  • Pachore
  • Pal Chaurai (Pal Chourai)
  • Palda
  • Palera
  • Pali
  • Palsud
  • Panagar
  • Panara
  • Pandhana
  • Pandhurna
  • Pankhedi
  • Panna
  • Pansemal
  • Pasan
  • Patan
  • Patharia
  • Pawai
  • Petlawad
  • Phuphkalan
  • Pichhore
  • Pindrai
  • Pipalrawan
  • Pipariya
  • Piplanarayanwar
  • Piploda
  • Piplya Kumar
  • Piplya Mandi
  • Pipri
  • Pithampur
  • Polaykalan
  • Porsa
  • Prithvipur
  • Raghogarh-Vijaypur
  • Rahatgarh
  • Raisen
  • Rajakhedi
  • Rajgarh
  • Rajnagar
  • Rajpur
  • Ramgarh
  • Rampura
  • Rampur Baghelan
  • Rampur Naikin
  • Ranapur
  • Ranipur (Tavanagar)
  • Ratangarh
  • Ratlam
  • Ratlam Railway Colony (Ratlam Kasba)
  • Rau
  • Rehli
  • Rehti
  • Rewa
  • Rosera
  • Runji-Gautampura
  • Sabalgarh
  • Sabo
  • Sagar
  • Sagar Cantonment
  • Sailana
  • Sanawad
  • Sanchi
  • Sangvi
  • Santer
  • Sarangpur
  • Sardarpur
  • Sarni
  • Satai
  • Satlapur
  • Satna
  • Satwas
  • Sausar
  • Sawer
  • Sehore
  • Semaria
  • Sendhwa
  • Seondha
  • Seoni
  • Seoni-Malwa
  • Sethiya (Sethia)
  • Shahdol
  • Shahgarh
  • Shahpur
  • Shahpur
  • Shahpura
  • Shajapur
  • Shamgarh
  • Shamshabad
  • Sheopur
  • Shivpuri
  • Shujalpur
  • Sidhi
  • Sihora
  • Silwani
  • Singoli
  • Singrauli
  • Sinhasa
  • Sirgora
  • Sirmour (Sirmaur)
  • Sironj
  • Sitamau
  • Sohagpur
  • Sonkatch
  • Soyatkalan
  • Suhagi
  • Sultanpur
  • Susner
  • Suthaliya
  • Suwasara
  • Swroop Nagar
  • Tal
  • Talen
  • Tarana
  • Tarichar Kalan
  • Tekanpur
  • Tendukheda
  • Teonthar
  • Thandla
  • Tikamgarh
  • Timarni
  • Tirodi
  • Tonk Khurd
  • Udaipura
  • Ujjain
  • Ukwa
  • Umaria
  • Unchahara (Unchehara)
  • Unhel
  • Vehicle Factory Area Jabalpur
  • Vidisha
  • Vijaypur
  • Vijayraghavgarh
  • Waraseoni
 

About Premier

Premier Ltd. (formerly The Premier Automobiles Limited) is a manufacturer of vehicles based in Mumbai, India. The company is owned by the Walchand Group. Walchand established Premier Ltd. with the encouragement and support of architect of modern India, Sir. M. Vishweswarayya. In October 1947 Premier Ltd. manufactured the first Indian made trucks and cars rolled out onto the streets of a free India.

The company was established in 1941 and negotiated with Chrysler Corporation for licenses to build a Plymouth car and a Dodge truck, sold under the Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, and Fargo names starting around 1949. In the early years, quality was considered good by both Chrysler and the Indian Department of Defense. In 1949, parts were being made in India, starting with simpler components and gradually building up to more complex pieces. Two companies made parts for these vehicles: Premier and Hindustan Motors of Calcutta. The early years of Premier and Hindustan were marked by very low sales, due to the size of the market; only about 20,000 vehicles per year were made in India, in 65 different models. To prevent foreign companies from dominating by mass-producing parts to be assembled into cars in India, the government set up steep import duties on imported parts in 1954, allowing Indian parts-makers to survive.

Premier licensed and manufactured a version of the Fiat 1100 D (beginning in 1964 continuing almost unchanged into the late 1990s). The car was initially marketed as a Fiat ("1100 Delight") and subsequently as the Premier Padmini with a 40 hp (30 kW) 1100 cc engine and manufactured at the now defunct Kurla factory in suburban Mumbai. Later models included the Premier 118NE (named after its 1171 cc Nissan A12 engine and with a transmission from the Nissan Cherry), a version of the 1960s Fiat 124 built in a then-new (but now defunct) factory at Kalyan. The 118NE was considered a mid-size luxury car in India until the influx of modern cars in the 1990s.

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