SAO PAULO â€“ The big race in Brazil for the No.1 sales position this year is between the Fiat Palio and the new Volkswagen Fox. The basic flexible-fuel 1.3L Palio sells for $7,000, and the price climbs to $13,000 for a loaded model. The Fox ranges from $6,500-$11,500. Both companies are dependent on the new models, as February sales suffered a decline on the heels of a disappointing January. Fiat Automoveis SA sales fell 52% in January compared with year-ago, while Volkswagen do Brasil ...
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