MUMBAI – In an otherwise moribund market, sales of premium luxury vehicles in India are growing and diversifying. Deliveries of high-end brands – Volkswagen Group affiliates Audi and Porsche, as well as BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar Land Rover – reached 25,800 units in 2012, a 65% surge from two years earlier, according to WardsAuto data. Sales through July totaled 14,870, up 16% from year-ago. Totals do not include the more exclusive super-luxury imports such as ...

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