General Motors Corp. will halt production March 31 of its slow-selling Envoy XUV at its Oklahoma City assembly plant. Debuting in October 2003, the 5-passenger SUV features a waterproof cargo bed with a retractable roof. Even during an age when consumers increasingly are looking for vehicles with versatility, the XUV seemed too ambitious and demand never reached expectations. (See related story: Envoy XUV Sales Falling Short) GM lumps XUV deliveries with sales of its other Envoy SUVs, so ...

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