SAO PAULO — Volkswagen AG's 1.0L 16-valve engine produced in Brazil will be used in the Cordoba model built by VW's SEAT division, says Alcides Cavalcanti, manager of SEAT in Brazil. The engines also will be used for vehicles exported to or produced in South Africa and in those European countries with tax advantages for producing or assembling entry-level subcompact cars. The engines are built at the VW facility in Sao Carlos, Sao Paulo. The first countries to receive the Cordoba models ...
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