BEIJING — Wuhan Fucheng Motor Co. Ltd., a joint venture between Wuhan-based Fucheng Industry Co. Ltd. and Golden Lion Group from Malaysia, produced its first batch of light commercial vehicles in January. The JV has begun producing two basic models, a bus and a cargo van, to be used mainly for deliveries in urban and highway settings. The automaker says buyers will have the option of choosing from a number of engines, including 3.9L Cummins and Perkins engines. Prices for the vehicles will ...

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