The General is investing $200 million in the Fairfax, Kansas plant where a new midsized Saturn will be manufactured in late 2006 as a 2007 model. The main Saturn plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee will also receive $400 to $500 million in accordance with plans to make the next-generation Ions and Vues, which had better be good since the current ones are such total stinkers. It should be noted that simply spending money does not insure a quality product— it would also help if vehicles were not designed to roll over while turning. Not all roads are straight, you know.
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