Chairman of General Motor’s Bob Lutz noted recently that it’d be nice to see a Cadillac and Saab vehicle added to the fast-changing crossover market. Currently, GM has three crossovers based on the Lambda structure, which are the GMC Acadia, Saturn Outlook and the Buick Enclave.
The new Cadillac crossover would ultimately replace the current SRX model and built off the same platform as the upcoming CTS sedan, allowing the new Cadillac to have car-like characteristics with the functionalities of a SUV. We’ll likely see the new crossover sometime in the next 3 years.
Saab announced today that it will give a free new Saab to any customer from the US who has a million miles or more in the Saab that the person has purchased new. The announcement was made after a Saab owner, Peter Gilbert, reached the million miles in his 1989 Saab. As a result, he will enjoy a free brand new Saab 9-5, which is retailed at $38,735. Of course, Saab will make sure that the odometer hasn’t been tampered with. Too bad this only goes for Saab vehicles, because I would want to do this with my car.
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