When the General Motors assembly plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee fires back up sometime in 2012, it will be producing two “midsized vehicles,” according to the United Auto Workers union. Subsequently, Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza has expressed concern that The General will be shifting production of the currently Oshawa, Ontario-built Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain midsized crossovers. But he could be overreacting.
As of Sept. 1, GM had only a 33-day supply of the Equinox and a 42-day supply of the Terrain. It may sound like a lot, but that number is actually quite low, especially for the high-volume sellers that they are. If Spring Hill does indeed end up producing more Equinox and Terrain crossovers along with the Oshawa plant, it will undoubtedly bring those numbers up to a more preferred status.
Source: Automotive News