MILAN, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Italy's Maserati received about 17,000 new car orders worldwide in the year to end-July, nearly triple the amount sold last year, as the luxury automaker's 1.2 billion euro investment in new models begins to win over car buyers. The new Quattroporte sedan was the biggest seller, said an executive at Fiat-owned Maserati, adding that a breakdown of final August sales would be available in a few days. "The numbers show that the United ...
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