VIENNA – Hungary’s Magyar Suzuki Rt. will launch production next month of a new small SUV to be made in cooperation with Fiat Auto SpA. The plant, owned 97.3% by Suzuki Motor Corp., already has built about 50 pilot vehicles and will begin regular production sometime in early October. During the first two months, only Fiat-badged vehicles will be produced, supplier sources say. The plan calls for a total output of about 500 units in October and November. Production of Suzuki-badged SUVs ...

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