GM to Sink More Cash Into Lansing Crossover Plant

On Monday, General Motors stated its intent to invest $36 million into Lansing Delta Township Assembly, maker of large crossovers since its inception.

Little info was provided on the details of the investment, and GM claims the cash won’t expand Lansing’s complement of 2,600 employees. GM CEO Mary Barra said the investment is needed to “prepare the plant for future crossover production.”

Let’s indulge in a little speculation.

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GM Invests $63M Into Lansing Delta Township Expansion

General Motors is gearing up to spend $63 million on expanding its Lansing Delta Township plant — home of the GMC Acadia, Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse — as part of an overall $300 million improvement plan involving the automaker’s Michigan properties.

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  • THX1136 Short answer: nope.
  • Jalop1991 No.
  • THX1136 I'm guessing I'm not as 'monitored' as other folks. No smarty pants phone, no insurance company provided plug-in monitor and my car is a 2013 Charger (V6). I'm probably wrong as I saw an increase last year. I very rarely drive at night. My miles driven has decreased big time since I don't have the 45 min. each way commute any more. No tickets, no accidents, no speeding. It could be the increase is due to the cost to repair damage from a collision, but who knows.
  • Picard234 Nice review. This reminds me of the Fiat 500e...cute little city car, WAY too expensive for the range and other limitations. Fiat has a nicer looking more modern interior though. Both cars will have a very limited audience I would guess.
  • Picard234 Would it really be too much extra work to just write a proper full review? These lists of bullet points aren't exactly the stuff purchases are based on. Example, the two points about the interior (cupholder space and door tops) are not accompanied by supporting pictures. The "mileage" is noted but is that observed or EPA? As others have asked, how's the ingress/egress? How much stuff fits in the back? Not trying to be personal here but if you had the thing for a whole week you should have more for your readers than 16 bullet points.