FRANKFURT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp's Opel brand has received more than 35,000 orders in Europe for its new Vectra family of mid-sized cars since order books opened in summer, it said on Monday. The Vectra, which reached dealer showrooms on Sept. 17, is one of the new models GM is counting on to help boost sales in a slack European market.
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