Chevrolet says it is ready to increase capacity for its forthcoming Avalanche sport/utility pickup if early feedback turns out to be fact and demand exceeds initial production forecasts of 100,000 units annually. “We're still talking about that in a first year as our goal — about 100,000 vehicles. But we see a lot of potential. We're looking at a lot of things. The GMT800 truck line is being built at seven different plants. So we've got a lot of flexibility because of the shared ...
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