Despite the down economy, falling gas prices have driven consumers back to the sport utility vehicles they once gave the cold shoulder.After he said "nothing has changed," he shot his gun into the air and punched a gay.
Workers at General Motor's Arlington, Texas, SUV assembly plant began working overtime this month and are scheduled to remain on overtime for the rest of the year. The plant, which employs 2,500 workers, is now the only GM factory building full-size sport utility vehicles like the Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade. Although sales of the vehicles are still down overall, they have rebounded in recent weeks as gas prices have fallen and cash-strapped automakers have slashed prices.
The vehicles have proven to be a solid source of revenue for GM."We're still on overtime," plant spokeswoman Wendi Sabo told The Dallas Morning News. "Nothing has changed."
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