I have traveled throughout the U.S. and Saab vehicles rarely show up in most states. Saab's, however, have a cultlike following in New England and in California.
If GM or whoever owns this co. would make Saab a regional co. it would certainly be profitable. Why waste money trying to sell these cars in, say, Mississippi?
Only have dealerships in 6 or 7 states and the savings would be enormous.
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