Saab Cars U.S.A. Inc. says its sales success so far in 1999 — U.S. deliveries are up 48.7% through May — has resulted in an increase in its forecast for the year to 40,324 units. If it hits that target, it will be the first time Saab has topped the 40,000 unit mark since 1987 (45,102). Its new 9-5 wagon also is proving more popular than expected, with Saab hiking its forecast for that model by 1,000 units to 4,500. • Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it wants to continue its joint venture ...
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