CHICAGO – General Motors Corp. isn’t done with the Aztek yet. Since its inception, the cross/utility vehicle has been criticized for its styling and has served as the poster child for what was wrong with GM design prior to Bob Lutz’s arrival as vice chairman and head of product development. GM plans to remove some plastic body cladding and add a body-color spoiler to the much-maligned Aztek But Jim Vurpillat, marketing director for the Pontiac Aztek and Montana models, says the ...
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