NEW DELHI – India’s auto makers this year are concentrating on the upper end of the hatchback subcompact segment, as well as affordable entry-level small sedans. The combined market share of the two segments is a whopping 71%, up from 58% in like 2005. SUVs and other lifestyle vehicles also are seeing their share of market growth, while luxury vehicles maintain the status quo. India’s drive to become a small-car hub for the Asian region has shifted the industry’s focus from price and ...
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