TEANECK, NJ – General Motors Corp.’s Buick-Pontiac-GMC channel will deliver more than 900,000 vehicles annually at retail within 24 to 36 months, if targets set by the operation’s general manager are met. “There will be fleet sales above and beyond this, but we’re not going to speculate on a percentage,” says Susan Docherty, a GM North America vice president who oversees the three brands. The 2010-2011 retail sales target represents a gain of 10.9% from 2007 levels. Buick-Pontiac-GMC ...
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