Saab needs to expand its product line by adding a sport/utility-like vehicle, says Joel Manby, chief executive of Saab Cars USA Inc. He says such a “crossover” vehicle would nudge Saab closer to the U.S. market mainstream. He says adding a van wouldn't make sense. • Side airbags could hurt small children, ages 3-6, not correctly positioned in the front or back seats, federal regulators warn. The door mounted safety devices on the Mercedes E-Class provides the most frightful results, ...
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