MUMBAI – India’s August passenger-car sales tumbled 18.8% to 117,312, compared with year-ago, according to WardsAuto data. This is a significant reversal from the 9.0% increase over the year’s first seven months. But gains were posted by light trucks, comprising SUVs, cross/utility vehicles and multipurpose vehicles, which claimed 48.1% of the light-vehicle market in August, up from 35.7% over the year’s first seven months. That trend was reflected by Mahindra ...

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