NEW DELHI – India’s first-half fiscal 2005 (April-September) vehicle sales showed a strong upward trend. Product strength, segment placement, new launches and penetration into the rural interior helped shape the period. Tata Indigo’s domestic sales are double those of Hyundai Accent. The Indian auto industry sold 637,926 passenger cars and utility vehicles in fiscal 2005’s first half, clocking 22% growth following a 32% sales rise for fiscal 2004, ended March 31. In addition, ...
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