WARREN, MI – By combining smart driving with the implementation of numerous vehicle technologies, General Motors Corp. says owners of its vehicles can save as much as one full tank of gas every other month. That translates into savings of more than $700 annually for drivers of GM’s all-new ’07 Chevrolet Tahoe fullsize SUV, for example, based on the $2.29 per gallon U.S. motorists paid on average for regular grade gasoline last week. GM says its wind tunnel reduced drag on the '07 ...
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