General Motors Corp. is allocating the majority of initial Pontiac Aztek production for the West Coast and South/Central regions of the U.S., where the automaker badly wants to make a statement with hip and active Gen Xers. Of the 4,500 built, 800 have been sent to dealerships, including 400 to West Coast retail locations. Another 200 have been shipped from the Aztek assembly plant in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, to the southern Sun Belt states. Meanwhile, the North Central region, GM's home ...

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