CHICAGO — The spring rally meeting of the Midwest Automotive Media Assn. here permits an opportunity to inspect and drive General Motors Corp.'s 2002 Buick Rendezvous “crossover” sport/utility vehicle (SUV), which represents an excellent combination of features in its class. Buick has converted an existing minivan 112.2-inch (285-cm) wheelbase platform to a 7-passenger SUV fitted with two rows of captain's seats and a third-row bench seat for three people, which also can be folded down to ...

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