General Motors Corp. plans to resume production of its VTi continuously variable transmission later this month and lengthen warranty coverage for ’02-’04 Saturn Ions and Vues that use the CVT. GM will lengthen warranty on the Saturn Ion, which uses CVT. Due to worries among consumers regarding the VTi’s durability – GM halted production Jan. 6 because of quality concerns – the warranty will be extended to five years or 75,000 miles (120,701 km) from the original term of three ...

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