Subaru of America Inc. expects to soon expand its sedan-dominated lineup — and may be getting help from General Motors Corp., which recently completed its 20% purchase of Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., to do so. “I think at some point (Subaru in the U.S.) would like to have a 7-passenger vehicle,” explains Fred D. Adcock, SOA executive vice president. “That would really help us from a customer-retention standpoint.” Mr. Adcock stresses that the 7-passenger configuration does ...

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