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Puli was a microcar made in Hungary by HÓDGÉP of Hódmezővásárhely from 1986.

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Hodgep logo.

The car was 2.46 m long and was assembled using parts made by Škoda, Lada and Polski Fiat 126p available at that time in the country.

It was propelled by a Diesel engine of 4 kW. The body was made from reinforced fibreglass. It was intended to be exported mainly to France where no driving licence was needed to drive that category of vehicles. The company's profile was agricultural machinery building and did not survive the political-economical transition of Hungary to market economy in the end of the 1980s.

An electrical vehicle was produced in 1991 under the name Puli Pinguin 4. In 2006 the Puli (car) returned under the ownership of Henrik Harasta.

Harasta holds Puli and Wartburg trade marks.

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Hodgep Puli ad. (source: John Lloyd)

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