MUMBAI – German luxury auto makers Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi have not been immune from the cooling-down of India’s auto market. Their combined first-half car and light-truck sales totaled 10,443 units, a 21% increase from year-ago, according to WardsAuto data. However, the auto makers’ 23,544 deliveries in 2011 represented a 263% spike from 2007 (Audi did not enter the Indian market until 2009). Mercedes, BMW and Audi now are trying to reach buyers by offering huge ...

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