General Motors Corp.’s GMC division adds to its product lineup with the new midsize Canyon pickup. The new truck will share most of its underpinnings and structure with the upcoming Chevrolet Colorado. Both models go into production at GM’s Shreveport, LA, plant in fourth quarter 2003. GM had initially decided not to provide GMC with a version of its new midsize pickup until Bob Lutz, GM’s vice chairman-product development, expressed his support for a GMC version of the truck. "The ...

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