Chrysler says Alfa Romeo will eventually outsell Fiat in U.S.

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* Fiat to leverage Jeep's global reputation to expand Alfa * Fiat targets more than 300,000 Alfa global sales by 2016 * Alfa Romeo to be sold at Fiat dealerships in U.S., Canada By Bernie Woodall ORLANDO, Fla., Feb 9 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA's Alfa Romeo will outsell stablemate Fiat in the United States once the sporty brand gets a foothold in its new market and expands to sell larger models, an executive with Fiat-owned Chrysler Group said on Saturday. The first Alfa Romeo ...

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