GREENVILLE, SC — This is BMW country. Or at least you’d think it should be. The German automaker has been churning out sports cars and SUVs at its nearby Spartanburg plant for the last several years. Since BMW’s arrival in the mid 1990s, there has been an influx of manufacturing and good-paying jobs into the region, which historically has been agrarian and poor. But we’re driving General Motors Corp.’s all-new Saturn Vue, not an X5 -- and that’s appropriate. Saturn likes to play up its ...

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