CHICAGO – At a time when General Motors Corp. needs to spur more interest in its long-awaited new vehicles, it has scheduled 30 AutoShow in Motion test-drive programs nationwide, 10 more than last year. At the events, GM makes all of its new cars and trucks available to drive at a non-dealership location over a weekend to introduce consumers to its products and compare them with rival makes, which attendees get to drive as well. Jim Bunnell, general manager-North Central Sales Region, ...
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