General Motors Corp. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd.'s announcement last week that they would provide one another with engines in the near future may have implications for Cadillac's upcoming U.S.-built Catera for 2002, sources tell Ward's. GM has yet to say which model or models will use the engines, but Ward's has learned that GM may be considering Honda's V-6 for the next-generation Cadillac Catera. The current Catera's 3L twin-cam V-6, also used in Saab Automobile and Adam Opel AG models, has ...
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