For more than 11 years, Fiat has held the top sales position in Brazil, but in the first two months of 2011, Volkswagen has captured the No.1 spot with a 23.5% market share. However, Fiat sold 6,080 more cars than VW in February, according to data from Renavam, the government’s car registration service. For the month, VW controlled 21% of the market. Fiat Sales Manager Edson Mazzucatto says the auto maker’s sales are increasing day by day, overcoming January’s low performance, caused by ...

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