General Motors Corp. sales climbed 3.7% in February, aided by consumer demand for ’06 and ’07 fullsize light-duty pickups, plus a late-month 0% financing scheme. Sales of both the new GMT900 and former GMT800 fullsize Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra jumped 26% and 22%, respectively. About 40% of deliveries were for ’07 models. “The 800 half-ton sell-down has gone exceptionally well. Now we’ve turned to the 800 heavy-duty sell-down,” says Paul Ballew, GM executive director-global ...

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