VIENNA – Iran Khodro Co., Iran's largest car maker, has phased out production of the aged Paykan sedan, ending a run that began in 1967. Ironically, the Paykan is being dropped just as the car is reaching its peak, with a record 156,599 built in Iranian year 1383 (March 21, 2004-March 20, 2005). Iran Khodro Paykan Paykan's production line officially was shut down last week during a ceremony attended by Es'haq Jahangiri, minister-Industries and Mines. The minister wrote a message ...

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