Chevrolet doesn't think sales of its all-new '00 Suburban will suffer, even though the big sport/utility vehicle now has to share the once-exclusive segment with the Ford Excursion. “We probably could sell more Suburbans if there were no Excursion,” admits Bruce Aiello, assistant vehicle line executive, full-size trucks. But he predicts Ford will expand the segment with the Excursion and GM's full-size SUV volume will continue to grow. Mr. Aiello says the big SUV market has grown 300% to ...

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