General Motors Corp., which is using the New York auto show to debut four new light trucks — two pickups and two sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) — isn't done yet. Look for the automaker to unveil the all-new Chevy TrailBlazer and/or GMC Envoy midsize SUVs sometime this summer rather than holding off until the next major North American auto show in Detroit in January, a company insider says. “In four to five years, trucks and crossovers are going to account for 60% of the U.S. market (and) ...
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