NEW YORK – Tight supply means a hot Maserati North America won't be able to sustain its current phenomenal sales pace throughout the rest of 2006, says the importer's top official. Through April, Maserati sales in North America total 692 units, up 61% over 2005 levels and 90% ahead of the pace in like-2004. "We’ll get less cars for the remainder of the year," Maserati North America President James Selwa says. The factory in Modena, Italy, is running close to full speed, he says. The ...
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