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    Price hikes, top-end car sales drive Maruti Q3 net up 130% to Rs 2,391 cr




    India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSIL) posted a 129.7 per cent spike in consolidated net profit in the third quarter of FY23 to Rs 2,391 crore, primarily due to price hikes, better demand for its top-end models, favourable foreign exchange variation and softening commodity prices.

    While the company’s consolidated revenue jumped by 26.9 per cent year on year to Rs…

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