After Decades, Fiat Returns To U.S. Auto Market
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NPR's Nina Gregory reports from the Los Angeles Auto Show.
NINA GREGORY: Unidentified Woman: (Unintelligible) the new Fiat Cinquecento.
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GREGORY: Rebecca Lindland is an analyst for IHS Automotive.
REBECCA LINDLAND: If Americans are not receptive to this product, then it puts at risk the idea that maybe they're not going to be receptive to Fiat-engineered Chryslers and Dodges. It has to do well because it is the foundation of the Fiat-Chrysler merger.
GREGORY: Nina Gregory, NPR News.
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