General Motors Corp. shutters two U.S. light-truck plants today, as previously planned, ending a combined 112 years of car and truck production at the sites. GM’s assembly plant in Janesville, WI, which builds the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and GMC Yukon and Yukon XL fullsize SUVs, ceased production this morning. The final vehicle to roll off the line at the 85-year-old facility was an ‘09 Tahoe LTZ. GM spokesman Chris Lee says the auto maker donated the Tahoe to the United Way ...

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