Top Ten Towns with Highest No. of Car Ownership


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  Top Ten Towns with Highest Nos. of Car Ownership  
RankMajor Cities of Indiain numbers
1Delhi2172069
2Bengaluru800866
3Chennai653270
4Greater Mumbai617556
5Hyderabad558081
6Pune332293
7Chandigarh286584
8Ahmedabad239558
9Jaipur235310
10Kolkata222069


Source: https://data.gov.in/catalog/registered-motor-vehicles-million-plus-cities

Last Updated on : March 16, 2016

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