SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, U.S.A. — Some might call it borrowing from the parts bins, but the folks at Saturn call it “leveraging.” That's what they did to add a midsize model to the Saturn lineup in order to offer something for the current Saturn-owner base of 2 million loyal customers to move up to. The L-Series is a pair of midsizers, a sedan and a wagon, with a couple of engine choices including an all-new 2.2L designed by Saturn engineers and built at the revamped Tonawanda, New York, ...
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