GM fixes Saturn VUE, vehicle gets rollover rating


WASHINGTON, Aug 23 (Reuters) - U.S. safety regulators said on Monday they were able to complete rollover tests on the 2004 Saturn VUE after General Motors Corp. strengthened the sport utility's suspension system, which had collapsed in previous road tests. Together, the revamped two- and four-wheel-drive models posted an average overall score on the government's five-star rating scale even though both tipped up during test-track maneuvers that involved sharp turns. Both vehicles have ...

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