PONTIAC, MI – Part of General Motors Corp.’s effort to reenergize its midsize vehicle portfolio includes plans for a Saturn sport wagon that likely would be built at the auto maker’s Wilmington, DE, assembly plant. Sport Wagon May Join L-Series at Wilmington. If approved and built at Wilmington, the Saturn wagon, based on GM’s Epsilon platform, would save the factory from the threat of closing. Opened in 1947, Wilmington currently builds the slow-selling Saturn L-Series and ...

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