BEIJING — Beijing Automotive Industrial Corp. (BAIC) says its first batch of 130 multi-purpose vehicles (MPV) jointly made with Renault SA of France is heading to market. BAIC, which is owned by the municipal government, says the MPV, based on Renault's Megane Scenic, primarily targets individual buyers and taxi companies. The Chinese automaker reports it now is conducting surveys and preparing promotional campaigns to ready the light van for the mass market. The joint venture chooses to ...
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