VIENNA – Russia’s OOO Avtomobilny Zavod GAZ launches pilot production of the new Siber sedan, a car based on the previous-generation Chrysler Sebring J41. Serial production of the Siber has been delayed slightly and now is expected to begin in mid-June. GAZ unveiled the new model at the Interavto 2007 auto show in Moscow last August and said at the time the Siber would reach Russian dealers this spring. More than 70 dealerships throughout Russia will sell the vehicle. Plans call for ...

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