MOSCOW, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Russia's biggest car maker AvtoVAZ said on Saturday it will inspect 11,700 of its best-selling vehicles for malfunctions in the braking system. The company said factory testing had found a deviation in a part of the braking system in its most popular models, including Lada Kalina, Lada Priora and Lada 4x4. Car owners had been notified to have their vehicles checked and the necessary part would be replaced if needed, AvtoVAZ said. AvtoVAZ reported a net profit ...
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