NEW YORK – Officially General Motors Corp. is forecasting a 16.1 million- to 16.2 million-unit U.S. market this year. But don’t believe it, says William L. Lovejoy, group vice president-North American Vehicle Sales and Service. "The market is going to be stronger than that," Lovejoy says, adding that sales of some GM models are now exceeding supply. "If I had another 50,000 or 60,000 (Chevrolet) Impalas, I could sell them right away." 2002 Chevrolet Impala In fact, GM's ...

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