SAO PAULO – Although there’s no official confirmation, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is said to be considering producing a sedan version of its small Fit (Jazz) model at its upcoming small-car plant in Argentina. Currently, the Fit sedan (also known as the Fit Aria and City) already is in production in Thailand, India and China. The new assembly plant in Campana, Argentina, about 43 miles (70 km) from Buenos Aires, will cost Honda about $100 million and launch production in the second half of ...

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