DEL MAR, California, U.S.A. — Saab Cars USA Inc. thinks its new 9-5 wagon will be a hit among car buyers hoping to do more than haul the kids around. The wagon, already on sale, is expected to help Saab grab its share of the 60,000-unit U.S. luxury wagon segment. The automaker hopes to sell 3,800 9-5 wagons during 1999. “We think our timing is just perfect for this,” says Dan Chasins, executive vice president, Saab Cars USA, Inc. Compared to its competition, Saab believes its customers ...

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