GARRISON, NY – Despite skyrocketing fuel prices, General Motors Corp.’s light-truck sales have increased in both market share and volume, Gary White, GM vehicle line executive, says. At the same time, fullsize SUV sales have declined somewhat, but White says GM is not considering closing any plants. (See related story: October U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Pegged at 15.9 Million SAAR) White makes his remarks at a press conference here for the auto maker’s new lineup of fullsize SUVs. He says ...
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