TURIN — General Motors Corp. is reversing an earlier decision not to fit GM's 5-speed automatic to the European Omega. As the second of two major engineering revisions to the Omega range in 2001, Opel/Vauxhall now intends to slot the Strasbourg, France, sourced 5L40-E automatic into the car in August 2001, as the most significant component of the '02 model year change. When Opel/Vauxhall launched the face-lifted Omega in late 1999, observers were surprised that the 5-speed auto had been ...

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