General Motors Corp. announces the completion of the conversion of its Oklahoma City, OK, plant, from passenger car production to midsize SUV production, say reports. The $750 million conversion enables GM to build 3,000 units weekly of its extended-version midsize SUVs – GMC Envoy XL and Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT – where it once built Chevrolet Malibu sedans. Production of Malibu ceased at Oklahoma City in May 2001. Plant officials say the conversion secures the future of the plant for ...

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