VIENNA – MG Rover Group Ltd. will return to Mexico in May 2002, with sales of its Rover 75 and 75 Tourer. "We believe that we will sell 900 to 1,000 units in a full year," says John Parkinson, MG Rover’s sales and marketing director. Rover 75 originally was launched in Mexico when Rover was owned by BMW AG. "It was sold through BMW dealers, and we were taking orders for around 70 units a month," Parkinson says. Rover 75 Tourer The auto maker also will become active in Japan ...
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