NEW DELHI – General Motors India Ltd. is entering the mainstream market here with its Chevy Optra and Corsa Sail passenger cars. GM India is looking to Corsa Sail to boost sales. It is giving a competitive edge to its new models by offering better value for the money and has plans to bring in more stylish models for the country’s surging market. Indeed, GM India expects to double its 2003 sales to more than 15,000 units and looks to 30,000 sales next year and more than 50,000 ...
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