MUMBAI – Recent government approval granted India’s dominant 2-wheel-vehicle producer, Bajaj Auto, to sell its pioneering RE60 4-wheeler as a road car may mark the final chapter in the long-running saga surrounding the company’s tie-up with the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Bajaj is the first of the local rickshaw makers to upgrade from a 3-wheel to 4-wheel design with its new quadricycle, and operational rules for the vehicle now are being drafted under the Central Motor ...

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