VIENNA – Taganrogsky Avtomobilny Zavod, the Taganog, Russia-based assembler of Hyundai and Chinese models, increases its portfolio of vehicles offered under its own brand. The JAC Rein, a cross/utility vehicle based on a previous-generation Hyundai Santa Fe design and assembled since 2010 at TagAZ from kits sourced from China’s Jianghuai Automobile Corp. (JAC), now is badged as the Tagaz C190 for the Russian market. It is powered by a 136-hp 2.4L 4-cyl. engine. Besides the rebadging, ...

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