By Narayanan Madhavan BANGALORE, India July 23 (Reuters) - Japanese automaker Honda launched a two-wheeler billed as India's first "motoscooter" on Tuesday with an aim to more than double sales in two years on the strength of the hybrid motorcycle-meets-scooter vehicle. Company officials told a news conference in the southern Indian city of Bangalore that the design-rich "Dio" model, coming a year after the launch of the "Activa" model billed as a family scooter, would address trendy ...
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