PHOENIX – Volkswagen AG says it will make a final decision on producing the next-generation Golf at its Puebla, Mexico, plant within the next two weeks. Weak demand for the Golf in Europe could delay or hamper the decision to build the vehicle in Mexico, say sources on hand here for the U.S. rollout of the current-generation Golf R32. Volkswagen Golf The Puebla plant will cease production of the ’04 Jetta/Bora in July, with production of the next-generation Jetta/Bora ...
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