With interest waning in its bread-and-butter small cars and the introduction of its L-Series midsize sedan nothing short of a failure, it's quite obvious that Saturn Corp. is going to be relying quite heavily on its all-new sport/utility vehicle (SUV). It's “critically important,” Jill Lajdziak, vice president-sales, service and marketing, says of the new SUV unveiled last Friday (Sept. 5) at the Miami auto show. In keeping with its straightforward image, the automaker has named the ...
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