PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen and Fiat Auto SpA tentatively have launched their third co-operation in commercial vehicles, probably for a small van. The two partners, which already make large and medium vans together, say they are studying an addition to their range that would be built in Bursa, Turkey, at a joint venture plant between Fiat, Turkish KOC Holding and other interests. Aging Citroen C15 (above) could be replaced with new joint venture van. The low-cost location and the ...

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