Carbuyers will have an even larger choice of sport/utility (SUV) and crossover vehicles in the next five years as automakers push innovative products to the world's major markets. General Motor Corp.'s Traverse, a truck-based vehicle with a sedan feel, debuts in 2004, while Cadillac Div. plans a version of the Chevy Avalanche in 2003. Ford Motor Co. plans to launch a small multi-purpose vehicle in 2003, the same year it will debut an aluminum sports/activity vehicle. DaimlerChrysler AG ...

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