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Saipa is an Iranian auto manufacturer.

Saipa (an acronym for Societe Annonyme Iranienne de Production Automobile) was established in 1966, assembled the two-cylinder Citroën mini passenger car, the Dyane, and manufactured licensed versions of the original Renault 5, Renault 21 and Kia Pride. Production of the Saipa Pride continued until 2005 when then they introduced an updated model based on the Pride called the Saipa 141 while continuing to sell their version of the Pride under the names Saba and Nasim.

SAIPA also produces the Citroën Xantia under licence as well as assembling sedan models of the previous generation Kia Rio using parts imported from Korea.

In 2000, SAIPA launched their own design, the 701 Caravan minivan, which was facelifted in 2003.

Also in 2000, SAIPA purchased 51% of Pars Khodro. The Iranian government owns 48% of SAIPA.

Other products include the Citroen C5 and C4. along with the Renault Tondar 90, a Renault Logan assembled by SAIPA and its subsidiary Pars Khodro in a joint venture with Renault know as Renault Pars, with over 100,000 orders within a week of it going on sale in March 2007.

The chief executive (president or managing director) of Saipa Corp. is Ahmad Ghalehbani (sometimes spelled Ahmad Qalehbani).

The main subsidiaries of SAIPA Group are Saipa Diesel, Pars Khodro and Zamyad.

Links

  • Saipa Official Website
  • Saipa Official English Website

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Source: Wikipedia

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