HIGHLAND TWP., MI – General Motors Co. executive Susan Docherty says consumers may have returned to pickups and SUVs after a spike in gasoline prices that seemed to doom the fuel-thirsty trucks, but for the most part the days of wretched excess are finished. “We’ve spent more time over the last year talking to people about what they think is coming than I ever have in my life,” GM’s sales and marketing chief for Buick-GMC tells Ward’s at the launch of the new-for ’10 GMC Terrain here. ...
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