DETROIT – General Motors Corp.’s Buick Div. forecasts it will sell less than 60,000 midsize SUVs annually when its GMT360-based Rainier goes on sale during the second half of 2003. Roger Adams “If you look at (the Buick) Rendezvous (cross/utility vehicle) for kind of a cue of what we might do with our medium SUV, we’ll probably sell a little bit less than what Rendezvous sells because of the Rainier price point and the type of vehicle that it is,” Marketing General Manager ...
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