Iran Khodro at Armenia Expo
Economy, Auto

Iran Khodro at Armenia Expo

Iran Khodro has attended the Industrial Armenian Expo for the second consecutive year. The 17th version of the three-day event that opened on Friday in Yerevan is hosting a large number of Armenian and international auto companies. IKCO is showcasing Dena, Runna, Soren and Arisun pickup. The models are already offered in the Armenian market, ILNA reported. IKCO is trying to secure a foothold in the neighboring countries with its mid-range products. Reza Naghedi, director of IKCO Armenia, has been quoted as saying that over 3,000 Samands and 2,200 IKCO-produced Peugeot 206 hatchbacks were sold in Armenia in 2016.


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