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GM Will Decide Small-Car Plan in September

June 4, 2002

General Motors will decide by early September whether to build small cars on the front-drive Delta architecture to replace the Chevrolet Cavalier and Pontiac Sunfire. The program, which would include $500 million in improvements to the Lordstown, OH assembly plant, would cost about $1 billion.
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