MUMBAI– General Motors India Ltd. has launched a new, safer but more expensive ’05 Chevrolet Optra. The car will cost $600-$700 more than the previous model but offers attractive styling, a more luxurious feel, a greater sense of interior space and the safety of electronic braking. "Our new offering raises the bar in terms of value for the money in this (midsize) segment for meeting the changing needs and tastes of Indian customers," says GM India President and Managing Director Aditya ...
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