SAO PAULO — PSA Peugeot Citroen hopes to become Brazil's sixth largest automaker with its new factory in Porto Real, Rio de Janeiro, and its 96 dealers. The factory, which was inaugurated in February, currently builds the Citroen Picasso microvan. Peugeot's first vehicle to be manufactured in Brazil is the modest 1.0L Peugeot 206 model, in order to take advantage of tax discounts offered by the Brazilian government for cars with engines of 1.0L or less. Sales begin this month. “We have ...

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