DETROIT – Lost among steep February sales declines reported by other General Motors Corp. nameplates are record results posted by the auto maker’s Saab Cars USA unit. 9-3 sales increased 44.2% in February. Bolstered by the arrival of its all-new 9-3, the American arm of Sweden-based Saab Automobile defies a feeble U.S. economy, bad weather and rising war tensions to report the best February sales total in its 47-year history by delivering 3,598 cars last month. “What a fantastic ...
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