Sluggish sales of its new L-Series is prompting Saturn Corp. to allow holders of the GM Card to use their credit card “earnings” toward the purchase of the flagship sedan for the first time. The pilot program, launched by Saturn rather quietly on June 1, allows up to $3,500 in credits to be used toward the purchase of an L-Series model. That's the maximum amount under the GM Card program, which allows holders to earn up to $500 annually for up to seven years based on the amount they ...

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