Economical Labo pickups easily navigate small streets and lanes in Korean cities.
GM Korea will stop producing mini-commercial vehicles this year because it cannot profitably meet new government emission standards with its uniquely sized small vans and pickup trucks. The decision was made official today by Ankush Aurora, GM Korea’s vice president-sales, marketing and aftermarket operations. The diminutive Damas minivans and Labo pickup trucks, favored by Korea's small-business operators, have stood alone in holding the market niche for more than a ...
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