General Motors Corp. expects a loyal following, but not necessarily mass appeal for its new Pontiac Aztek, a crossover “sports activity vehicle” that debuts in two months. Sales predictions are 50,000-70,000 units a year, says Mark Reuss, vehicle line executive. That's not a huge amount by GM standards, but enough to make a bold statement that Pontiac is in the crossover game. “It's a new market so it's risky to predict how many we'll actually sell,” says Mr. Reuss. The Aztek, which ...
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