American automaker General Motors, announced plans to stop selling vehicles in the Indian market, is exploring an arrangement with the Mahindra Group to provide after-sales support to existing customers, a senior industry executive in the know of the matter said. “GM has commenced discussions with Mahindra. They are exploring options to provide aftersales support to customers in India through a third party,” the executive said. Mahindra declined to comment. GM’s India spokesperson said the company wasn’t in discussion with any third party for a takeover of the Chevrolet service network. “We have a strong network of Chevrolet dealers with staff well-trained to take care of the needs of our customers. We are working with our existing Chevrolet dealers to have them continue as authorised service outlets and continue to provide service to our customers,” the spokesperson said.
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