FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Skoda unit is considering competing against Renault's no-frills Logan saloon in emerging markets with a scaled-back version of its Fabia saloon, industry newspaper Automobilwoche reported. In an interview to be published on Monday, Skoda head Detlef Wittig said the model, which would do without expensive features such as electronic stability control, could be launched as early as next year at a price of around 8,500 euros ($11,270). Wittig also ...
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