VIENNA – Final preparations are under way for the launch of passenger- and light-commercial-vehicle versions of the new Opel Combo at the Tofas Turk Otomobil Fabrikasi factory in Bursa, Turkey. Based on the Fiat Doblo, the Combo will be built on the same line as the basic model at Tofas, a joint venture between Fiat and Turkey’s Koc Holding. “Serial production of the Opel Combo will start on Nov. 15,” Tofas CEO Ali Pandir tells WardsAuto. Adam Opel announced the Combo deal with Fiat ...

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