VIENNA – Volume assembly of the Citroen C4 L sedan is under way at the PCMA Rus plant in Kaluga, Russia, where the cars are being put together from complete-knocked-down kits. The new model goes on sale in June. The facility, a joint venture owned 70% by PSA Peugeot Citroen and 30% by Mitsubishi, was inaugurated in April 2010. Initially, it assembled Peugeot, Citroen and Mitsubishi vehicles from semi-knocked-down kits. PCMA launched its first CKD model, the Peugeot 408 sedan, ...

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