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Lancia Delta and Voyager to be axed – report


Lancia is planning to axe the Delta this year and the Voyager in 2015 as a plan to reduce the brand to a single model, the Ypsilon, and a single market, Italy. The Italian based automaker Lancia will not return to its former glory but it will continue to head down. According to a recent recall, the car manufacturer will be ...
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Lancia Voyager Platinum starts at EUR44,600
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