CHICAGO – The unveiling at the auto show here of the upcoming imported Aveo doesn’t mark the end of Chevrolet’s small car plans, says General Manager Kurt Ritter. "The low end of the market is constantly emerging and so we can't say this is the end to our small car strategy, though that's not to suggest I'll come back to Chicago next year and have something new to talk about," Ritter says. "All I'll say is that we need to always be involved in the entry-level market with a fresh core of ...

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