DETROIT, Aug 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Thursday it plans to invest $200 million in one of its Kansas plants, equipping it to assemble a new Saturn mid-size car that replaces the slow-selling L Series. Saturn decided to end production of its L Series mid-size car this summer, a year ahead of schedule. The car has been a disappointment since it was launched in 1999. The new Saturn car, which will be available as a 2007 model, will be built in GM's Fairfax manufacturing ...
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