General Motors Co. says quality glitches have held up the launch of the new-for-’10 Buick LaCrosse, pushing volume deliveries to dealers of the important car into October. “We had a couple of quality issues,” says Mark LaNeve, vice president-U.S. sales at GM. “They weren’t serious, but enough to delay us three or four weeks. “We made sure they were fixed so our customers did not have any problems when we shipped the initial vehicles,” LaNeve tells Ward’s during a conference call earlier ...

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