DETROIT – Expect a solid sales month from the Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle in March, says General Motors Vice President Chris Perry, as the controversial car shakes off fallout from last year’s crash-test battery-pack fire. “We’ll see a nice lift in March sales,” says Perry, who heads global marketing for the Chevrolet brand. “But again, we’re going to build to demand. It will see some good numbers in March, I think, and ...

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