MILAN, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Fiat said on Monday that the Panda, one of a raft of new models it hopes will pull it out of the doldrums, was named "Car of the Year 2004" by a panel of 58 European auto journalists. Fiat is hoping the flat-backed Panda, launched in September, together with the bigger Fiat Idea and nippy Lancia Ypsilon will help recover market share and reverse a sales slump that dragged the 104-year-old carmaker into its worst ever crisis last year. "(This title) shows Fiat ...
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