A Miami-based startup’s plan to enter the SUV market this year appears to be in dire straights. Cross Lander USA, which earlier in the decade launched a venture with the intention of importing Romanian-built ARO SA SUVs (dubbed 244X) into the U.S., currently is trying to extinguish a dispute at its Campulung, Romania, assembly plant. Fewer than 1,000 units have been built there over the past two years, according to reports, and now a domestic legal battle is threatening the plant’s ...
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