Hoping to exploit DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s decision to exit the full-size van market, General Motors Corp. will put into production during the first quarter of 2001 Chevy Express LT and GMC Savana SLT luxury 7-passenger vans, featuring a host of entertainment functions and exterior enhancements. The automaker is forecasting sales of 10,000-15,000 units annually and a price range of $34,000-$37,000. GM believes the new products will find a niche in the market as the only luxury full-size ...

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