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- Xavier Navarro
- May 2, 2008
Fiat Spain recently launched a campaign to promote the Grande Punto that told people they could, "Get it for under 13,000 cucumbers." Clever, considering that "cucumber" is slang for the euro (€) currency (another word is "turkey," which would have made for a more interesting situation), but a guy from Málaga, in the SE of Spain took the words literally and got himself a brand new Fiat Grande Punto 1.4 16V for, well, 13,000 cucumbers. Renato Del Bino, from Fiat Spain's marketing divi
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