General Motors Corp. will eliminate the GMC Jimmy and Chevrolet Blazer nameplates when the next generation of those midsize sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) goes on sale in late 2001, sources tell WEVTU. The automaker also has pushed back the public unveiling of the all-new Oldsmobile Bravada, company insiders say, from the New York auto show in April to the Detroit auto show in January, 2001, so it can debut alongside its GMC and Chevrolet brethren. The new GMC and Chevy midsize SUVs will ...
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