General Motors Corp. expects to increase installation of its OnStar system from 75,000 vehicles this year to 900,000 in the '00 model year, despite holding the line on the number of models that will be available with the device. A large part of that boost will come from Cadillac. The luxury division will install OnStar, a concierge and information service that uses satellite and cellular phone technology, as standard equipment on every vehicle beginning Dec. 1. The new installations will ...
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