In addition to being delayed by a General Motors Corp. decision to juggle product plans at an assembly plant under construction, the automaker's Epsilon midsize vehicle platform is losing products, too. GM has delayed indefinitely — or more likely axed completely — the Pontiac Banner and Buick Signia crossovers, sources tell Ward's. Codenamed GMX390 and GMX391, the “sedan-like vans” were due around 2003-2005. Banner was to replace the Pontiac Bonneville and Signia was to replace Buick ...

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