BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI – Newly redesigned large SUVs from General Motors arriving at U.S. dealers carry far higher sticker prices than the previous-generation models, but that does not seem to affect buyers, who are scooping them up. “We’re selling every one we can build,” says Rick Scheidt, vice president-Truck Strategy at GM. Sales of GM’s large SUVs, the highly profitable Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, declined 3.2% to 53,460 units in ...

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