DETROIT – Pontiac Aztek, one of the most ridiculed products in General Motors Corp.’s history, will go out of production in December 2004, Ward's has learned. GM recently pulled forward plans to stop making Aztek from the fall of 2005 to next year, industry sources say. In addition to its disappointing sales since debuting nearly three years ago, Aztek’s earlier-than-expected demise frees up extra capacity at GM’s Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, assembly plant to prepare the facility for the ...
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