MADRID – SEAT will stop production of its Exeo model next summer, the auto maker confirms. Matias Carnero, president of the SEAT works council, tells Spanish media the Exeo has not been in production for the past 19 weeks due to sluggish demand, though the auto maker says that is not true. The medium-size sedan, which sits atop the SEAT range, posted sales of just 3,160 units last year, down 55.8% from 2011. During the first two months of 2013, only 428 Exeos were delivered. A ...

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