USTJ-KAMENOGORSK, Kazakhstan – Asia Avto, the first vehicle production plant in the central Asian republic of Kazakhstan, has started assembly of the Lada Niva 2121 SUV. The vehicles are being built from kits imported from Russian vehicle maker OAO AvtoVAZ. Lada Niva SUV The company currently assembles four to six vehicles a day and will have built its first 100 units by the end of this month. Plans call for daily output of 20 vehicles in February. Asia Avto aims to ...

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