NEW DELHI, Feb 17 (Reuters) - The Indian unit of Italy's Fiat Auto Spa plans to introduce a new diesel sedan in the local market in April, hoping to take advantage of a preference for diesel cars in the country. Fiat, in India since 1997, has invested more than $500 million in the country where it makes the Palio hatchback, the Siena sedan and the Palio Adventure and Weekend models. An official at Fiat India Ltd, 97 percent owned by its Italian parent, told Reuters the diesel sedan will ...
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