General Motors Corp. will complete the implementation this summer of a 2-year initiative that will allow the auto maker to offer more models specifically tailored for certain regions of the U.S. by utilizing GM Accessories aftermarket parts. The program is establishing a network of 85 regions run by contracted wholesale distributors that are tasked with selling more products from GM Accessories to GM dealers. GM offered a special Escalade model in Los Angeles. After being a minor ...
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