By Michael Ellis GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Carmaker Saab will add its first sport utility vehicles to its lineup within the next two years, including the second Saab built by Japan's Subaru, said officials with the Swedish unit of General Motors Corp. . The two U.S.-built sport utility vehicles (SUVs) will help Saab compete with other luxury brands that have expanded their model range with SUVs in recent years. The SUVs will also limit Saab's exposure to fluctuating currencies, which ...
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