After disappointing sales last year, Maruti Udyog Ltd. quietly has halted production of its once best-selling Zen and will replace it with Suzuki Motor Corp.'s MR Wagon within the next six months. The auto maker has produced about 700,000 Zens over the last 13 years for sale in several countries, including Europe and Africa. The hatchback garnered awards in Belgium and the Netherlands and just two years ago was receiving high marks in customer satisfaction surveys. But the aging vehicle ...

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