MUMBAI – Tata Engineering’s new Indica V2 hatchback is proving itself in the Indian market, while its Indigo sedan is leading the compact segment. Now Tata plans to add a micro car. Tata sales rose 16% in the first 11 months of fiscal 2003, while India’s car market barely managed a 5% growth over the previous year. Tata sold 65,000 cars in the period and may easily surpass its target of 85,000 by the end of March. The auto maker has set a domestic sales target of 130,000 for fiscal 2004 ...

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