NEW DELHI, March 4 (Reuters) - India's Tata Motors
said it has cut prices of its hatchbacks and sedans by
29,000-50,000 rupees ($530-$910), in a bid to lure customers to
a market that is on course in the current fiscal year to post
the first decline in annual sales in a decade.
Tata Motors, however, raised prices of its sport-utility
vehicles (SUVs) -- the only bright spot in the Indian car market
in recent months -- by up to 11,000 rupees, the spokeswoman, who
declined to be identified by name, said.
The increase in prices of SUVs, after factory-gate taxes,
will be as much as 35,000 rupees, she added.