General Motors Corp.'s answer to the upcoming sport/utility vehicle (SUV)/pickup subsegment is getting rave reviews from analysts, who enjoyed a GM future-product sneak preview last month. The Chevrolet Highlander, likely a 2000 model headed for production this fall, was seen as a sure hit by at least one analyst. The analyst says the SUV/pickup hybrid — similar in concept to the Explorer Sport Trac shown by Ford Motor Co. at this year's North American International Auto Show — is ...

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