MUMBAI – Mahindra & Mahindra and Toyota provided glimmers of positive news in an otherwise dismal March for most of India’s major auto makers. Sales figures provided by each manufacturer showed market leader Maruti Suzuki absorbed the least damage, as deliveries declined 4.8% year-on-year to 119,937 units. Tata fared the worst, with sales tumbling 66.6% from like-2012 to 12,347 units. Ford India plunged 41.6%, General Motors India dropped 14.9% and Hyundai India fell ...

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