GM's Saturn Vue probed after wheels collapse

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DETROIT, July 27 (Reuters) - The left rear wheel on two Saturn Vue sport utility vehicles collapsed during rollover tests, prompting U.S. safety regulators to open a defect investigation into the General Motors Corp. SUV, federal officials said on Tuesday. The collapse of the wheels, caused by a broken suspension, occurred last month while the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration conducted a "dynamic rollover" test on two- and four-wheel drive versions of the Vue. The suspensions ...

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