EcoSport helps Ford overcome otherwise dismal month.
Light-truck sales in India made an unwelcome about-face in July, dropping 11.2% from like-2012 to 92,446 units and reducing year-to-date growth to 5.3%, according to WardsAuto data. Car deliveries dropped 7.1% to 132,533 units, but the rate of decline was only half the segment’s 14.3% slump over the year’s first seven months. Light-vehicle sales totaled 224,979 last month, down 8.8% compared with year-ago. Exports offset the market’s overall contraction somewhat. The ...
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