Chevrolet Equinox to Be Built in Spring Hills

The Equinox small SUV is one of GM’s top sellers, with demand up 45 percent through October. But it looks like they expect even more to be shifted with the arrival of the 2012 update, which brings the MyLink system.
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The automaker announced yesterday that it will start producing the Equinox at their Spring Hill, Tennessee, plant starting with the second half of next year. Some $61 million in investments have been earmarked for the upgrade, and as a result of the new model being added to the line, 685 jobs will be added.

Spring Hill is scheduled to grow once more in the future with the addition of a yet-unnamed mid-sized vehicle by 2014 for the 2015 model year. The UAW must be really happy with their achievements here, since the plant was idled in 2009.
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