Despite gasoline prices remaining steady at below $3 nationwide, General Motors Co. says it is selling more vehicles with 4-cyl. engines, as it shifts the focus of its product portfolio and consumers still recall last year’s spike at the pump. In some months this year, 4-cyl. engines have comprised as much as 40% of GM’s sales mix, chief sales analyst Mike D’Giovanni says. That’s a fairly lofty figure for an auto maker with a portfolio still weighted heavily towards trucks. GM’s mix of ...

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