It won't be devoid of trucks by any means, but this year's New York International Auto Show (April 3-11) is shaping up to be very much a passenger car exhibition, with no fewer than a half-dozen new models slated for world debuts. Starring on the light truck half of the slate will be General Motors Corp.'s 2000 GMC Suburban and Chevrolet Tahoe sport/utility vehicles (SUVs). The revamped GM SUVs are the first built off the new GMT800 pickup chassis. Mazda Motor Corp. will show off its ...

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