MUMBAI – DaimlerChrysler India Ltd. is restructuring its product lineup here, including bringing the pricey Maybach to market. “We will concentrate on high-end products, since they give us up to 40% margins,” says Suhas Kadlaskar, general manager. DC's Maybach will top its luxury line in India. Completely built-up imports of top-of-the-line cars such as the Mercedes-Benz M-Class SUV, C-Class and S-Class and SL 500 sedan ($170,000) already are spicing profits. The SL 500 ...

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