MILFORD, MI – Seeing what it considers an underserved vehicle segment, General Motors launches the premium compact ’12 Buick Verano sedan later this year targeting a wide range of customers, from young professionals to empty-nesters. The auto maker will do the same with the recently announced Chevrolet Cruze diesel, which arrives in 2013 aimed at a U.S. compact-car segment solely held by Volkswagen. Tony DiSalle, vice president and marketing chief at Buick, stops short of saying a trend ...

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