The cars from the 50s and 60s were the most popular among India’s automobile buyers.
They are among the top 10 most popular cars in India, according to a new study by research firm JDS and Tata Motors.
The cars’ popularity has been declining since the early 1990s, according the report.
The cars are mostly made by Tata and General Motors, but the latter has also bought up a number of companies and produced its own versions.JDS, the research firm, has estimated the average value of the cars sold in India at $7,837,000 in 2016.
The average selling price in the country in 2016 was $1.3 million, JDS said.
The average age of the buyers is about 60, and most of them are retirees.
The majority of buyers are in their 50s.
The number of buyers has also declined, but that is not necessarily because of the decline in the number of cars sold.
There are also signs that younger people are buying more of the luxury cars.
The study estimated that between 2020 and 2025, the number sold in the Indian market will increase by 10 per cent.
The number of people buying cars has also decreased in India.
This is due to the rise in automation, Jds said.
Tata Motors has sold about 13,000 vehicles in the past five years, Jairs said.