NADA Auto Show 2023
Get ready for an extraordinary automotive exchibition in Nepal as the 11th edition of the NADA Auto Show ignites excitement in Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu, starting from 12th September. This eagerly awaited six-day exhibition will serve as a vibrant canvas, showcasing the latest vehicles and accessories from 74 companies representing 30 countries. Proudly organized by the Nepal Automobile Dealers’ Association (NADA), this event is a testament to the industry’s dynamism and innovation.
In a testament to the industry’s evolution, NADA President Anjan Shrestha shares that numerous dealers are poised to unveil new products during the show. This platform is designed to enlighten potential buyers, offering a firsthand glimpse into the cutting-edge products driving the industry forward.
As Nepal’s domestic auto market continues to flourish, estimated to be valued at around Rs50 billion, its annual growth rate of 35-40 percent further underscores its significance. A vivid reflection of this growth is the impressive array of participants set to dazzle attendees. Among them, 16 four-wheeler brands, 15 two-wheeler brands, and five heavy equipment brands are poised to captivate visitors.
The four-wheeler segment promises a spectacular showcase of iconic brands, including Datsun, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mahindra, MG, Nissan, Renault, Skoda, Suzuki, TATA, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Ssangyong. Two-wheeler enthusiasts will be treated to a captivating display featuring Bajaj, Bela, Benelli, Hero, Honda, KTM, Mahindra, Royal Enfield, Runner, Scomadi, Suzuki, TVS, UM, Vespa, and Yamaha.
Commercial vehicle aficionados will find themselves drawn to the impressive lineup from Ashok Leyland, Eicher, Escorts, Mahindra, and TATA.
Steering beyond vehicles, the Nada Auto Show extends its embrace to include separate pavilions dedicated to banks and financial institutions. These institutions stand ready to provide visitors with hire purchase loan schemes at competitive interest rates, fueling the aspirations of potential buyers.
The automotive sector’s far-reaching impact is undeniable, not only in terms of revenue generation for the government and the insurance business but also as a source of employment, generating approximately 1.7 million jobs.
Anticipation is high, with the organizer envisioning an impressive turnout of 50,000 visitors and a projected turnover of Rs2 billion during this extraordinary exhibition. As the Nada Auto Show unfolds its canvas of innovation and progress, it invites you to be part of an experience that celebrates the boundless potential and transformative power of the automotive world.
Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu, Nepal