Maserati SpA expects to achieve its U.S. sales target of 1,200 units this year, despite recent dower predictions from other auto makers on the slowing market. Maserati Spyder sells well in California. Meanwhile, Maserati’s sister unit, Ferrari SpA, remains immune from the lackluster economy, with customers waiting up to three years for a new Ferrari. A Maserati spokesman acknowledges the Italian luxury car maker, which returned to the U.S. market after a 12-year hiatus in ...

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