MUMBAI – India’s June new-car sales inched up 1.5% to 143,370 units, Ward’s data shows, but the saving grace was deliveries of utility vehicles and vans, which climbed 19.7% to 80,023, including exports, according to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers. As a result, total light-vehicle sales saw a somewhat respectable 7.4% gain for the month to 223,393 units, though pale in comparison with last year’s double-digit returns. “The low in the passenger-vehicle segment was because ...

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