TURIN, Italy – Fiat Auto SpA’s Alfa Romeo brand will return to the U.S. market, although the exact timing remains uncertain. The Italian auto maker says its relationship with Maserati will serve as a foundation to build a retail network in the U.S., although it will need to add significantly more retail outlets to reach sales targets. Maserati currently has fewer than 50 dealers in the U.S., while BMW AG has 218 retail outlets and Mercedes-Benz has 174, according to Ward’s data. Alfa ...

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