The car to fill the L-Series' tiny shoes will be a 2006 model built on the same architecture as the Chevy Malibu and Pontiac G6, and most likely put together in GM's Fairfax, Kansas plant. It's also possible that GM's Orion facility, where the G6 is made, will contribute to production, if the demand is there. Saturn nixed the L last month after weak sales figures, but promised to return to the sedan market with fury and vengeance in mind, to seek revenge for the death of its master, and bring honor to its people. Or something like that.
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