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fiat

(fī′ăt) [L.]
Let there be made, a term used in writing prescriptions.
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Herb Chambers Fiat of Worcester, located at 2 Latti Farm Road, is expected to be open by August, and will be selling all models of the Italian car that is making a comeback in the United States.
Fiat was once popular here in the early 1980s, but its popularity waned in the following years.
Fiat's famous 'city button' as featured in the standard 500 models is changed to a sport button in the 500 Abarth.
The Fiat 500 is a car that trades on its looks at least as much as any other single part of its make up.
As if turning the Fiat brand around weren't enough to fill his plate, Stephenson also has to bring some direction to the troubled Lancia brand, which has some of the oddest looking vehicles in Europe.
The fact that Fiat, in its current incarnation, is still a newcomer here rather than the established brand it is in Europe allows Francois and his team to try new things without the intense pressure that comes with being a market leader.
After Fiat pulled out, the brand was largely forgotten in the U.S., though it remained popular in many foreign markets, including Latin America and Europe.
By adding rear passenger doors to create a four-door hatchback, Fiat hopes the 500L will draw customers "who are stilt not ready for a Fiat," Eisenstein said.
Despite the necessary tweaks to the car body, Fiat's been careful to keep its signature hood badge embedded in a chrome strip, It says "Fiat" literally--and stylistically.
In just one year, Fiat has seen more and more users access www.Fiat.it via mobile devices.
Fiat's global reach is supported by a huge network of dealers and authorized service stations located in almost 100 countries, all over the world who have access to a web-based CRM application, called Fiat Link.
That's perhaps due to Fiat's long history in South Africa where, until the end of 1980, it produced the Fiat 128, 131 and 132 model ranges at the Fiat Rosslyn plant.