TORONTO, April 25 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada Ltd. is being sued for selling vehicles between 1995 and 2003 that allegedly contained a defective part that caused engines to overheat and seize, according to a suit filed in Ontario Superior Court on Tuesday. The lawsuit against the Canadian arm of the world's biggest automaker could include up to 400,000 Canadian car owners. If each owner claims C$3,000 ($2,654) in damages the claims could reach C$1.2 billion. The claim alleges ...
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