Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is seeking state approval to import the Civic sedan and CR-V cross/utility vehicle to the Indian market. The Civic likely will be positioned as a premium C-segment model, competing against the Skoda Octavia and Mitsubishi Lancer. The CR-V, priced at Rp2 million ($41,281), would play in India’s premium SUV segment, pitted against the Mitsubishi Pajero and Hyundai Terracan. The auto maker has approached the Foreign Investment Promotion Board for approval. No launch ...

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