Sales of General Motors Corp.’s breakthrough fullsize SUV hybrids are heading in the right direction, but the auto maker isn’t yet on the radar of green consumers. May saw GM deliver 403 hybrid-version Chevrolet Tahoes and 183 gasoline-electric GMC Yukons – a 16% uptick compared with April, when the vehicles launched. “There’s very little awareness now that we have these products,” says Mark LaNeve, vice president-GM North America sales, service and marketing. “We haven’t really had ...
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