MUMBAI – Sales of India’s passenger vehicles, including exports, jumped 21.3% in September, compared with year-ago, to 250,528 units. Robust consumer demand has been ongoing despite three vehicle price hikes this year. Auto makers are boosting production and dealers are building large inventories for the next four months of festival season. Pawan Goenka, president of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers, says deliveries in the fiscal first half, April through September, grew ...
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