Just weeks after Mazda crowned Europe as its new favorite market for the MX-5 (Mazda recenly lowered projections for the Miata in the US due to competition from the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky), GM has announced that the Saturn variety of its new golden child may play in that sandbox, too — as an Opel. The weak dollar makes this prospect especially appealing to GM, whose Zeta platform is unlikely to be brought to the U.S. for the same reason.
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