General Motors Corp. this week notifies dealers it has raised the base price on about a third of its ’07 models $60-$495 in an effort to recover rising raw steel prices. The new pricing, which took effect Nov. 6, does not impact new launch vehicles, including the ’07 Saturn Aura and Vue Green Line hybrid electric vehicle, Chevrolet Silverado and Sierra light-duty pickups and Chevy Aveo5 special value trim level. Also exempt are the new Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia cross/utility ...

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