MUMBAI – After years of planning to enter India’s low-cost, small-hatchback segment, Volkswagen India and SkodaAuto India suddenly decide to delay two model launches by two to three years. VW’s Up! and Skoda’s Citigo, based on the same platform, were part of VW’s plan for a new family of small cars. Their scheduled display at the New Delhi auto show in January was called off at the last minute, and their 2012 launches now are on hold. The auto makers ...

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