The Ion Red Line and Vue Red Line mark the beginning of a new chapter in Saturn Corp.’s life. The money-losing General Motors Corp. subsidiary hopes the new performance models will provide a much-needed dose of excitement to one of the industry’s most boring product lineups – a walk through a Saturn dealership is about as dull as a Bryant Gumbel newscast – and appeal to a new group of consumers. Saturn is hoping its Red Line models (Saturn Vue Red Line, above) will attract new ...

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