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MUMBAI – Hyundai India is rethinking its strategy before sales slow any further. After deliveries jumped 26.1% from 2008 through 2010, the auto maker saw 2011 sales tail off to a lackluster 4.2% to 372,259 units in 2011, according to WardsAutodata. Hyundai has been exploring several routes to regain lost volume, but so far has been unable to shape a viable and successful strategy: The new Eon 5-door hatchback, planned as a replacement for the Santro, has a 0.8L 3-cyl. engine ...
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