General Motors Corp.'s new Pontiac Bonneville boasts fewer parts and will be easier to build than the outgoing model, the automaker says. The '00 Bonneville, unveiled at the Chicago auto show last week, is based on the same platform as the '00 LeSabre, shown in Detroit in January, and the upcoming '00 Aurora. All three will be built on a single line at the Orion Township, MI, assembly plant, which in the past has suffered quality and productivity problems. Unlike the LeSabre, which will ...
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