NEW YORK – Saturn Corp.'s Vue SUV is off to a slow start, but that should change next month when the continuously variable transmission (CVT) comes on the market in 4-cyl. vehicles, says Jill Lajdziak, vice president-Saturn Sales, Service and Marketing. She forecasts increased sales from a face-lifted L-Series large sedan and the Vue will pace Saturn to 20% volume increase this year. The CVT, which will be available sometime in the second quarter, is important because Lajdziak expects 45% ...
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