NEW DELHI — Toyota Kirloskar Motors is gearing up to launch a small car in India by third quarter of 2001 and the race is believed to be between its 1.0L Mira and Prius models. Sources say the automaker has a comprehensive feasibility study underway to gauge what the market is looking for in the segment. A company spokesman here says the Indian car buyer is showing a preference for cars in the 1.0L-1.3L range but is extremely price-sensitive. A greenfield car project means long-term ...

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