DETROIT – General Motors Corp. nixes plans to build a new minivan line at its Spring Hill, TN, plant, leaving the Saturn Corp. facility without a product after first-quarter 2007. However, GM President-North America Troy Clarke promises “there’s something coming” for Saturn’s flagship plant. “There’s still a robust product plan for Spring Hill,” Clarke says. “The minivan was one of several options being considered.” GM has scuttled a proposal to build front-wheel-drive minivans based ...
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