Australian importer Ateco Automotive Pty. Ltd. is considering reintroducing the Fiat brand Down Under after an absence of about 20 years. "We've always said we'd need the right currency situation and the right model lineup, and it's tending in that direction," a spokesman tells the Herald-Sun newspaper. Ateco plans to display the new Fiat Punto, being launched in September, at next year’s Melbourne Motor Show to test the interest. Croma among first models eyed for Oz. "(The) Croma ...

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