SAN ANTONIO, TX – Beginning this fall, General Motors Corp. will become the first auto maker in the U.S. to offer a dealer-installed power seat in its minivans that aids entry and exit for disabled and elderly passengers. A $4,590 option, the Sit-N-Lift Power Seat replaces the passenger-side second row captain’s chair on extended-wheelbase Chevy Venture, Pontiac Montana and Oldsmobile Silhouette minivans. The remote-control operated bucket seat rotates, extends out of the vehicle through ...
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