MUMBAI – India's July car deliveries (including utilities, vans and exports) totaled 98,881 units, 2.3% less than year-ago in spite of a 36.4% rise in exports. Sales also were lower than the preceding June. (See related story: India's June Car Sales Weak, Despite Healthy Exports) However, April-July figures for the fiscal year's first four months reveal a better perspective – a 6% growth, or 394,108 sales. Although market-leader Maruti Udyog Ltd. once again topped the J.D. Power and ...
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