Recalled in the specifically bad sense of the word, like "My Saturn Ion Red Line is being recalled so I have to bring the car back and get it fixed so it doesn't spontaneously combust." Or something like that. The 46 Ion Red Lines already owned by customers are being reeled back in for replacements of leaky fuel lines. Saturn claims that the fuel does not come into contact with hot engine parts, and nor will the problem affect future shipments of the Ion's performance variant. What they really need is a recall on that rear wing. Stat.
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