DETROIT – The recent decision by General Motors Corp. to replace GMC’s Sonoma compact pickup truck has given birth to the GMC Terrain, Ward’s learns. The new pickup represents an about-face by GM officials on their initial decision not to replace the Sonoma in GMC’s lineup. The Colorado replaces the Chevy S-10. The addition of the Terrain came as a result of GM Vice Chairman-Product Development Bob Lutz, who supported the continuation of a GMC-badged compact pickup. Dealers ...

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