With General Motors Corp. President and CEO Fritz Henderson’s confirmation Monday that the auto maker plans to end production of its Pontiac line, many were disappointed but few were surprised. The media has been speculating on such a move for weeks, as GM hurries to complete its latest viability plan before a June 1 government-imposed deadline. "The (Pontiac) phase out will be gradual, but it's safe to say there will be no ’11 model year," Pontiac spokesman Jim Hopson says as matter of ...
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