General Motors Corp. executives reportedly confirm to several news agencies during a retreat in Italy (see story p. 1) that it will stop making the Chevrolet Prizm at its New United Motor Mfg. Inc. joint venture in Fremont, CA (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Aug. 31, '98). It will be replaced beginning in early 2002 by a Pontiac “lifestyle” vehicle GM is developing with affiliate Suzuki Motor Corp., reports say. The crossover will be based on the chassis used for the Toyota Corolla, also ...
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