LA MALBAIE, Que., Canada – It likely was unintentional, but the selection of this province by Saab Automobile to test-drive its all-new ’05 9-7X midsize SUV has hidden significance. Quebec nearly seceded from Canada in 1995. With its French-speaking citizens and European-like social mores, Quebec is a unique entity within a large, predominately English-speaking country and has considerably different customs. Long known for its low-volume sales and oddly shaped cars, Saab is unique within ...
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