To understand General Motors Corp.’s hybrid-electric vehicle strategy, look no further than the ’08 Saturn Vue. GM will sell its venerable Saturn cross/utility vehicle with a traditional internal combustion engine. But a customer seeking a Vue HEV soon will find that means choosing between three models of varying pricepoints, degrees of technology and levels of fuel-efficiency gains. The simplest and least expensive is a Vue available with the Belt Alternator System – also known as a ...
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