STOCKHOLM, Jan 22 (Reuters) - General Motors unit Saab said on Saturday that engines in two if its older car models could be damaged by cold weather in combination with spare use of the vehicles. Sweden's Saab, which markets its vehicles as especially suited for cold climates, said it would offer to service cars of the two models affected if they developed engine trouble due to the defect. Saab spokesman Orjan Aslund said a combination of cold weather and use of the cars for short ...
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