VIENNA – Renault and Turkish vehicle maker Karsan Otomotiv are considering production of Dacia Dokker multipurpose vehicles at Karsan’s Akcalar plant in Bursa, Turkey. According to a letter of intent signed by Renault and Karsan, the auto makers are evaluating the feasibility of developing and manufacturing derivative models of the MPV. They plan to decide in April whether a final agreement will be signed. If the negotiations are successful, the start of production is ...

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