MADRID – Is the long-dormant Fiat awakening in Spain? After posting gains in new-vehicle sales here for all of 2013, the Italian group, now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, says deliveries jumped 26.7% in first-quarter 2014, outpacing by a wide margin the 11.8% gain for the market overall. The performance surprises some observers here who have gotten accustomed to seeing Fiat operate in the red. Though financial results for the automaker’s Spanish operations have yet to be released for ...

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