Malaysia’s Naza Kia Sdn Bhd, the automotive arm of the Naza Group, which distributes Kia vehicles in the country, plans to introduce the first national multipurpose vehicle (MPV) to the local market by the third quarter. Modeled after the South Korean-made Kia Carnival, the new Naza MPV will be assembled at Naza’s Pekan, Pahang, facilities, beginning in August before transferring to a new plant in Gurun in mid-2004. The Gurun plant is a joint venture between Kia Motors Corp. and Naza Kia ...

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