General Motors Corp. plans to offer 4-wheel steering on its 2003-model full-size pickups and sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) as a way to make them more maneuverable. GM will offer the roughly $2,000 to $3,000 option on its 2003-model Suburban and Silverado/Sierra 2500 pickups. Whether consumers would be willing to pay that much for such an option on a truck is unknown, but it was high costs that helped hamper earlier attempts at 4-wheel steering on Japanese cars in the early 1990s. GM's ...

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