BARCELONA – SEAT SA, the Spanish subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, is considering bringing its cars to the U.S. SEATs already are sold in Mexico, where deliveries totalled 22,394 last year and are running at a similar pace this year at 5,696 through the first quarter. (See related data: Ward's Mexico New Car Sales by Line and Brand) Ibiza SEAT's most popular seller in Mexico. But now the auto maker wants to expand further into both North and South America. “We have to become stronger ...
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