General Motors Corp. will continue production of its ’08 Chevrolet Uplander and Pontiac Montana SV6 minivans until the third quarter of next year, when the auto maker will exit the segment altogether. GM’s Doraville, GA, plant built 7,667 Uplanders in July, which narrowly exceeds production of 7,635 in June but is well ahead of 5,498 made in like-2006. However, just 470 Montanas were manufactured in July, a slight uptick from 315 in June but below year-ago’s 516. In the first seven ...

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