MUMBAI – September was another dismal month for Indian automakers, whose combined light-vehicle sales fell 6.8% year-on-year to 254,588 units, according to WardsAuto data. Last month’s retreat was in line with the 6.5% drop in year-to-date deliveries to 2.31 million units. Only four of 19 automakers operating in the country showed growth last month, but Fiat India sold a mere 1,086 cars and market leader Maruti Suzuki managed only a 1.8% improvement over prior-year sales, ...

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