SCOTTSDALE, AZ — For nine years, Saturn Corp. has produced one product: an underpowered 4-cyl. subcompact car. The General Motors Corp. division's marketing has been great — the cars, so far, not earth-shattering. Nonetheless, GM has sold 2 million of these plastic-paneled icons and in the process has learned a thing or two about manufacturing processes, worker and customer relations and the sales experience. At long last, Saturn will expand its empire by offering a new, larger sedan and ...

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