General Motors Corp.'s February sales data, while impressive (see Ward's Automotive Reports — March 6, '00 insert), included mixed but likewise significant results for two prominent vehicles, the Oldsmobile Intrigue and GM EV1. Intrigue, vital in the quest to recapture market share for Oldsmobile, itself a lynchpin to GM's turnaround, in February posted its second straight monthly sales decline, falling 14.4%, against previous-year results. The low-volume EV1, meanwhile, shocked everyone ...
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