VIENNA, VA – The reinvention of General Motors Corp.’s Buick Div. likely means the eventual demise of the brand’s Rainier midsize SUV and Terraza minivan. Neither model has experienced sales success. “We’re committed to both of them for the near to mid-term,” Buick General Manager Steve Shannon tells Ward’s here during test drives of the ’06 Lucerne large car, which replaces the LeSabre and Park Avenue. “But I will say when their product lifecycle ends, you shouldn’t expect to see direct ...
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