Fiat beats 2007 Bravo, Cinquecento sales targets


MILAN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Fiat has received enough orders for its new Bravo and Cinquecento models to beat its sales targets for the year, according to figures disclosed in a presentation to U.S. investors. In a slideshow posted on the Italian car maker's Web site on Tuesday, figures show Fiat has received 79,000 orders for the Bravo from the time of its February launch to the end of August. Of the total, 60,000 have been sold. Best known for its small cars, Fiat hopes the Bravo will ...

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