MADRID – Production of the Opel Mokka is under way at General Motors’ Zaragoza (Figueruelas) plant, following a months-long complicated and detailed retooling. The target is to assemble about 20,000 units of the small CUV this year, increasing output to 70,000-80,000 in 2015, as GM seeks to reduce the long order-to-delivery times that have resulted from the Mokka’s strong market reception. Until now, the model has been built solely at GM’s Incheon, South Korea, ...

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