VIENNA – General Motors Mfg. Poland Sp. z o.o. phases out production of the Opel Agila microvan and its Suzuki Wagon R+ derivative, with the last Agila destined for Italy. About 433,500 microvans have been built at the auto maker's Gliwice plant since February 2000. That includes 7,500 Suzuki Wagon R+s, previously built at the Magyar Suzuki Zrt. plant in Esztergom, Hungary, but transferred to Gliwice at the end of 2004. Magyar Suzuki will begin production of the successor models to the ...
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