NEW DELHI – Indian auto companies delivered 1,18,515 cars and utility vehicles in April, including both domestic sales and exports, an 18.5% surge on like-2005. The strong start of the new fiscal year follows a year of moderate growth for the industry. The April sales were led by a 65.4% gain for General Motors India Ltd. to 3,662 vehicles. Skoda Auto India Ltd. followed with 54.2% growth to 985 cars. Hyundai Motor India Ltd. also is on a growth path, despite its Korean parent, Hyundai ...
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