The election season waffling has gotten to General Motors Corp., which has changed its mind a second time regarding the debut of its next-generation Oldsmobile Bravada. The '02 sport/utility vehicle will, as was originally planned, debut at the country's oldest auto show next month, Oldsmobile confirms. Earlier this month, company insiders told Ward's that the '02 Bravada had been pushed back to the 2001 Detroit auto show.

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