VIENNA – OAO Zavod Mikrolitrazhnykh Avtomobiley (ZMA), the Russian small car maker which is a unit of the heavy-truck manufacturer OAO KamAZ, plans to import 3,000 0.8L 3-cyl. engines from China next year. Russian Oka cars to be powered by Chinese engines. ZMA needs the 0.8L 3-cyl. 37-hp engines for its 126-in. (320-cm) long Oka minicar. The basic version of the tiny Oka is powered by a 0.75L 2-cyl. 33-hp engine sourced from Lada maker OAO AvtoVAZ. In addition, Ukrainian-made ...
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