DETROIT, June 25 (Reuters) - Delphi Corp. said on Tuesday that General Motors Corp.'s decision to remove some features as standard equipment from its cars and trucks is costing the automotive parts supplier $75 to $150 per vehicle that GM sells. The change could cost Delphi somewhere around $300 million to $600 million in sales to GM, unless the automaker can increase sales through lower prices for its cars and trucks, Delphi Executive Vice President Dave Wohleen told analysts on Tuesday. ...
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