ST. LOUIS – General Motors Corp.’s line of new cross/utility vehicles is finding favor with former SUV and minivan owners and winning new customers for the auto maker, a senior marketing executive says. Consumers are seeing the ’07 Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia as alternatives to SUVs and minivans, says Mark LaNeve, GM vice president-North American sales, service and marketing. Most are trading in SUVs, LaNeve says here at an event to introduce the CUVs’ Buick-brand sister, the Enclave. ...

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