The 9-5 station wagon is Saab Cars U.S.A. Inc.'s latest weapon in a comeback effort that is positioning the Swedish importer to surpass its all-time record volume racked up in the mid-1980s. The new wagon cost about $125 million beyond the cost of the 9-5 sedan to develop. Chip Wilkerson, Saab Cars product manager for the 9-5 wagon, says the importer is targeting sales of 3,800 units in the U.S. for calendar 1999. But Saab Automobile could supply up to 5,000 if market conditions demand, ...
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