MUMBAI – Some 65% of car buyers in India use the Internet to research vehicles before making a purchase decision, a recent study finds. The Google India study of online consumer behavior, conducted from January through March, shows searches for cars are rising faster than for travel, electronics or finance, says Rajan Anandan, vice president and managing director of the regional search-engine company. Online vehicle searches in India jumped 84% in 2010, but already were up 72% in ...

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