MILFORD, MI – General Motors Corp. brings to market this fall a fourth midsize cross/utility vehicle to meet a shift in consumer demand away from body-on-frame SUVs, and company executives say the auto maker could migrate more trucks to unibody construction. Don Butler, marketing director for GM trucks, shies away from discussing future product plans but says market demand ultimately will decide. “We are going to take account of not only the current environment, but (also) what we see ...
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