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March, 18 2014 08:41:00

Truong Hai Auto unveils New Sorento

QUANG NAM  (VNS) — The Truong Hai Automobile JSC (Thaco)has introduced the locally made new Kia Sorento at showrooms across the nation this month.

The Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is the second design released by the brand, which is being manufactured at the Thaco Kia Plant in the Truong Hai-Chu Lai Auto Complex in the central Quang Nam Province.

The Truong Hai Company has set aside a target to manufacture and assemble 36,500 vehicles, with a year-on-year increase of 34 per cent, including 16,200 trucks, 1,500 buses, and 18,800 passenger cars. — VNS




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