VIENNA – ZAO Nizhegorodsky Avtosborochny Zavod, based in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, is launching assembly of the Ukrainian-made Tavria Nova small car. The first seven cars are to be built before the end of June, and assembly kits are being sourced from the ZAT AvtoZAZ-Daewoo plant. In addition to the Tavria Nova hatchback, the sedan version, called Slavuta, also will be built. The company expects to build 120 cars monthly by the end of 2002. The Russian-assembled Tavria Nova will cost ...

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