MUMBAI – India light-vehicle sales rose 10.7% in May compared with year-ago, to 262,983 units, according to WardsAuto data, but acted as a drag on the 14.6% year-to-date growth rate. New-car deliveries edged up just 3.7% to 164,629 units, lifted by Honda Siel’s 347.8% spike to 10,313. But volume-leader Maruti Suzuki saw sales drop 5.9% to 72,309, and second-place Hyundai deliveries rose a mere 3.0% to 31,939. Light-commercial-vehicle sales advanced 24.8% to 98,354 units, ...

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