Fiat Grand Siena demand spiked as end of tax cut loomed.
SAO PAULO – General Motors and Fiat have waiting lists up to 90 days long for some models in Brazil’s booming car market, while Honda and Chery announce recalls. With the discount on the industrial product tax for cars ending Aug. 31, there was a rush to dealerships and would-be buyers of some models were placed on waiting lists as long as three months. The government since has extended the tax cut through October. Before the extension was announced, waiting periods ...
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