It’s too early to pass judgment on sales results for Saturn Corp.’s Ion small car, General Motors Corp. officials say. With advertising efforts and coupe production just getting under way, GM believes Ion deliveries will pick up in the spring following disappointing results during the winter. Ion went on sale in late 2002. Ion’s year-to-date sales total 12,726, including the 7,340 units sold in February. Saturn’s goal is to sell 150,000 Ions annually. At the current rate, sales would ...

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