U.S. regulators check complaints on Saturn, Toyota


(Recasts with Saturn investigation, adds details on Toyota, changes dateline, previous TOKYO/NEW YORK) DETROIT, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Federal regulators are considering a possible recall of General Motors Corp.'s Saturn L Series mid-size car and have also launched safety investigations of two Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles, including the best-selling Lexus, officials said on Wednesday. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has received a safety defect petition from a North ...

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