NEW YORK — The Saab 9-5 Aero Wagon is on sale earlier than planned in hopes that it will open another niche for the Swedish carmaker, whose share of the luxury market is climbing. Dan Chasins, president of Saab Cars USA Inc., says that 1999 was the company's best year since 1987, with 39,541 units sold. He expects sales to climb about 3.5% this year to about 41,000 units. Saab's sales goal is to double its volume by 2005, with a corresponding rise in U.S. sales. The next new model from ...
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