DETROIT – Attempting to re-establish itself in the police car market, General Motors Corp. hopes Impala sales to U.S. and Canadian law enforcement agencies will increase 15%-20% in 2002. Reaching that goal would keep pace with GM’s sales success in 2001 when it delivered some 13,000 Impalas to police departments, up 18% from 2000 – the year Impala debuted. “It took the second model year for (Impala) to really impact into the market,” says Bruce Wiley, GM Fleet Commercial operations ...
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