SOUTHFIELD, MI – The debut of the Saab 9-6X cross/utility vehicle, an important product in General Motors Corp.’s growth plans for the Swedish brand, has been delayed six to eight months. GM is postponing the 9-6X’s debut until early 2007 to make additional changes to the all-wheel-drive CUV, including tweaking the exterior and interior design, Saab Cars U.S.A. Inc. General Manager Jay Spenchian tells Ward’s. Plans call for GM equity partner Subaru Motor Corp. to build the 9-6X at its ...

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