AUSTIN, TX – Even with the new Ion small car being introduced in October and predictions for a record sales total in 2002, General Motors Corp.’s Saturn unit remains unprofitable. Saturn Ion Jill Lajdziak, Saturn vice president-sales, service and marketing, tells Ward’s that Saturn sales should total 280,000-300,000 units in 2002. Saturn’s record sales year was 1995 when it delivered 285,674 vehicles. Lajdziak anticipates sales to increase 10% in 2003 with a full year of Ion ...

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