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Heard something interesting on NPR last night

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Ok, on my way to work last night they were talking on NPR about one of the plants that GM has just announced closing is the one that produces Saturns. The guy was talking about the future of Saturn possibly becoming more like the dealers of their other cars due to the lack of popularity with their brand. Like not trying to be so different than a regular dealer, and trying to get their reliability stereotype fixed. Did anyone else hear about this? Is the Sky made at the same plant that makes the other cars? It didn't say they were getting rid of Saturn, like Oldsmobile, but just that this particular plant was closing. I want to make sure I understand something.
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Spring Hill

From what I heard, you are right. The closing is for Line 1 which produces the ION. The Ion is scheduled for a redisign. It is suppose to look very different in 2007.
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