Gasoline prices have fallen to a range American consumers are more accustomed to, but General Motors Corp. hasn’t forgotten about the $3 per gallon scare that swept across the country in the late summer and early fall. So when the auto maker launches its all-new fullsize SUVs early next year, amid slumping sales and image issues swirling around the once-popular trucks, the auto maker will promote a little known gasoline-saving capability. ’07 Chevy Tahoe Current and forthcoming ...

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