Auto makers are spending some cold days in Detroit this month trying to heat up a cooling U.S. new car and truck market by way of the North American International Auto Show. No fewer than 13 production vehicles and a like number of concepts are making world debuts in Detroit this year, as industry players launch the fight for market share in what is expected to be a tough 2003. Chevrolet Equinox Giant General Motors Corp. throws its weight around, as it unveils a long list of ...
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