DETROIT, July 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp has cut its warranty terms on Saabs sold in the United States to cut costs, but will continue to provide free scheduled maintenance to compete with other premium brands, a spokeswoman said on Monday. GM told dealers on Friday it would cut its Saab warranty effective immediately to four-years or 50,000 miles from the extended warranty of seven-years or 100,000 miles offered on other vehicles, spokeswoman Joanne Krell said. The carmaker ...
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