DETROIT – In a dramatic reversal of a product decision made years ago, General Motors Corp. will continue making a small pickup for its GMC nameplate, Ward’s has learned.Original plans called for dropping the GMC Sonoma when the all-new GMT355 architecture went into production during the fourth quarter of 2003. Chevy Colorado (above) to replace S-10. But, within the last two weeks, a GMC version was added to the product program that also includes the Chevy S-10 ...

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