PARMA, Italy – Maserati North America says it will require dealers to boost their service staffs in the coming months in preparation for the launch of the ’05 Quattroporte sedan. Deliveries of the Quattroporte are expected to begin in September. (See related story: Maserati Targets More U.S. Dealers) Maserati plans to begin training service technicians in May at its technical training center in New York. The Italian marque will begin training dealer general managers and sales staffs in ...

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