CHAMONIX, France – Saab Automobile will not show the 9-6X concept cross/utility vehicle at the New York Auto Show in late March as had been expected. A spokesman says the auto maker does not want the concept to take away from the May sales launch of the 9-7X, Saab’s first midsize SUV, derived from the Chevrolet TrailBlazer. The Saab 9-6X will be based on the Subaru B9 Tribeca. “We want to focus on that,” the spokesman says at a preview for the 9-3 SportCombi here. The 9-6X ...

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