Saturn Corp. hopes recently introduced financial packages and advertising spots will revive its dead on arrival L-Series midsize sedan. The automaker announced last week it was reducing output at the L-Series assembly plant in Wilmington, DE, for the third time this year. In order to decrease production, the 2,400 workers at the facility will alternate taking temporary layoffs from March 27-May 30. By then, or at the latest by year's end, the automaker hopes L-Series will be selling at the ...
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