CHICAGO – American Suzuki Motor Corp. calls it "the most important press conference we’ve ever held." The small auto maker at the Chicago Auto Show unveils two new sedans, both larger than Suzuki has had in its lineup, and announces plans to triple its sales by 2007 through nine new product introductions. Verona based on second-generation Magnus. The sedans, both made in South Korea based on GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology Ltd. (GMDAT) vehicles, are the first signs of ...
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