MUMBAI – India’s October light-vehicle sales jumped 33.4% to 292,611 units, a record for the month. Buyer enthusiasm during the festival season, coupled with new models, big discounts, price cuts and imaginative promotions made this possible. Auto makers offered rebates ranging from from Rs25,000 ($480) on small cars to Rs500,000 ($9,600) on super-luxury models. Tata reduced the price of its Safari Dicor SUV by Rs180,000 ($3,460) and by lesser amounts on gasoline-powered ...

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