SAN ANTONIO – Count an all-new turbocharged diesel engine for light-duty pickups among the potential casualties of an exhaustive product review under way at General Motors Corp., but the auto maker still plans to maintain a robust engine lineup in the segment even as buyers continue to flee the market. John Schwegman, product group marketing manager-Chevrolet fullsize and midsize trucks, says long-standing plans to drop an all-new 4.5L V-8 Duramax turbodiesel into ’10 Chevrolet Silverado ...

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