"It’s the hallmark of what GMC has to offer," is how Lorraine Babiar, assistant brand manager for Sierra trucks, describes the new Quadrasteer system that will be installed in the General Motors Corp. division’s fullsize pickups starting this month. The 4-wheel steering system will be standard on the Sierra Denali and the system will be optional on the 1500-series extended-cab Sierra with short box. But the system won’t be a giveaway: although at presstime GMC had not released final ...

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