Report: GM To Invest $540 Million In Toluca, Mexico Assembly Plant To Build Small Engines3
The General is reported to be investing $540 million to reactivate its engine plant in Toluca, Mexico in order to assemble 1.6 and 1.8-liter four-cylinder engines that will be implemented in cars for the North American market.
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Good to see GM invest in small engine product facilities. Gasoline will clearly become more expensive so its good to see GM preparing to field engines that will offer good fuel economy.
I won’t be buying one of these little hamster motors but its good to see GM preparing for the onslaught as gas prices continue to climb.
As good as it is to see GM focus more on their small car line, these small cars will provide no quarter for big families, or big people. They should focus on refining their entire lineup, not just their small cars.
Can you say “Impala” or “Malibu” — both are (needless to say) very much long in the tooth.