ESZTERGOM, Hungary – Magyar Suzuki Rt., the Hungarian plant owned 97.3% by Suzuki Motor Corp., will cease producing its aging Suzuki Swift small car early next year in conjunction with the start of production of a new model in spring 2003. This means the end of production for the Subaru Justy, as well. The 4-wheel-drive small car is based on the Swift and produced in very small numbers for the European market. Only 2,715 Hungarian-built Justy vehicles were made in 2001. It is not clear ...

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