MUMBAI – Following the successful July launch of its diesel-powered Chevy Beat compact car with an engine sourced from Fiat, General Motors India’s latest deal with a domestic supplier to provide diesel mills for the Chevy Tavera multi-utility vehicle launches this month. Under the agreement, the Sonalika Group will provide the auto maker with a Bharat Stage IV emissions-compliant diesel engine for the Tavera, which the auto maker is hoping will boost sales of the MUV. The monthly order ...

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