MUMBAI – With the fuel efficiency and attractive price of the new City introduced to India in November, and with new models in the pipeline, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is targeting growth here of 65%, to 22,000 cars for the current fiscal year. In doing so, the corporate parent is investing $45 million to increase local content in its Indian cars. The company has a good chance of accomplishing its goals. Honda’s premium Accord tops customer satisfaction rankings. And the new City is a reliable ...

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