Iranian car manufacturer Saipa says its discontinued model Pride is a good seller in neighboring Iraq.
Saipa’s deputy for exports Ali Karimi said on Tuesday that the company had sold 160,000 units of the budget model in Iraq this year, adding that the model is also being reassembled in a site in Iraq’s central city of Alexandria.
Karimi said Pride is popular in Iraq mainly because customers in the Arab country can easily and cheaply access its spare parts.
He said a price tag of $6,800 offered for the Iranian Pride on the Iraqi car dealership websites is the lowest available for new car in Arab country.
Source: Press TV