With the smallest and arguably the least diversified lineup among General Motors Corp.'s five divisions, a new product obviously is a priority at Buick. But rumors that a Holden-built Commodore coupe is destined for GM either as a Pontiac Firebird replacement or an addition to Buick is at least half unlikely. “I doubt we'll do a sports car,” Buick Marketing General Manager Roger W. Adams tells Ward's at '00 Buick LeSabre rollout in California. That part currently is played by the Regal ...

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