MUMBAI – India’s National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission is ordering another Indian auto maker to replace an irate customer’s defective car, first purchased in 1995. Maruti’s IPO prospectus reveals M-800 is key to company success. The decision marks the second time in recent months a domestic auto maker has been ordered by the commission to satisfy a customer complaint by the outright replacing of the car.(see related story: GM India Loses Landmark Consumer Protection ...

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