WASHINGTON – Encouraging signs point to growth for Chevrolet this year, says General Manager Jim Campbell. In fact, he tells Ward’s at the auto show here this week, one of his biggest worries at the moment is a shortage of inventory of some models. But he is confident investments General Motors Co. is making in boosting Equinox output in Ingersoll, ON, Canada, plus a full-year’s production of the hot-selling cross/utility vehicle, will help hike Chevrolet-brand volume overall. “We ...
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