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GM Adds Third Shift at Three Plants

General Motors will add a third shift at its Fairfax, Kansas; Ft. Wayne, Indiana; and Lansing Delta Township, Michigan plants - restoring 2,400 jobs and enabling GM to increase its manufacturing plant utilization in the U.S.

Late 2009 Saturn Outlooks Sport Larger Rear Storage Compartment and Opening

Late 2009 Saturn Outlooks Sport Larger Rear Storage Compartment and Opening

Late in the 2009 model year, Saturn made a change to the under-the-floor rear storage compartment in the cargo behind the vehicle's third row seats.

Podcast: General Manager of NC Retail Group Discusses Penske’s Pending Acquisition of Saturn

Saturn of Raleigh and Saturn of Cary recently posted an audio podcast featuring commentary from Bill Shotwell, executive general manager and vice president of the North Carolina Triangle area Saturn retail facilities. Shotwell discusses Penske Automotive Group's pending purchase of Saturn from General Motors.

Motor Trend: Penske Hopes to "Use a Competitor’s Excess North American Capacity" for New Saturns

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Motor Trend reports in its September 2009 issue that Roger Penske ultimately plans to sell Saturn vehicles that are built in North America. The magazine speculates that next-generation Saturn vehicles will be based on Renault-Samsung-Nissan models, which will be built in Nissan North American factories that have excess, spare capacity.

Saturn Outlook Specifications

Saturn Outlook Specifications

Peruse the Saturn Outlook dimensions and capacities inside and out.

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Driven: 2009 Saturn Vue 2 Mode Hybrid Review

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General Motors wants you to know that the 2009 Saturn Vue 2 Mode Hybrid is the "world's most fuel-efficient V-6 SUV." That's the glass half full. The other half of the glass is that the Saturn Vue 2 Mode Hybrid is, in our view, the world's most powerful fuel-efficient compact SUV. So forget about the old half-full/half-empty conundrum. The Saturn Vue 2 Mode Hybrid is a glass full to the brim.