General Motors is recalling 40,859 Chevrolet, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles over fuel leakage concerns.
Yes, it is the culture that defined Saturn, more than the car, more than Spring Hill.
In a statement also released on its media Web site, the union for American auto workers said the changes will be "officially" announced in November, but because of widespread speculation "caused by
General Motors' retirees will derive nothing from the deal, at least not immediately, and that's significant because there are about 400,000 of them.
GM's 48,500 UAW members will get $5,000 "signing bonuses." This is money GM will pay the UAW's hourly auto workers in a lump sum instead of giving them cost of living (COLA) raises over the course
The four-year pact, which delivers job security to veteran auto workers and raises of up to $3 per hour to entry-level hires who right now make about $14 hourly, should be ratified this month.
It is not clear how many people will be hired or brought off layoff from UAW Local 1853 this year in Spring Hill or what will be assembled there.
This compact crossover is hardly new to the US, with a great many Saturn Vue’s found around the country but this is the first time that the Chevrolet Captiva Sport name will make an appearance in t