PETOSKEY, MI – Do you want to know a secret? The vehicle shown here with two sliding doors, a roof rack, a snubbed nose and 7-passenger seating is really a minivan, not a “crossover sport van.” But don’t tell General Motors Corp., or any potential buyer who might climb behind the wheel. Buick Terraza In an effort to shake off one of the auto industry’s worst stereotypes, the updated ’05 minivans from GM have been renamed crossover sport vans by the auto maker. The public likely ...
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