General Motors Corp. will use its GMT360 midsize truck chassis, which forms the undercarriage for the '02 TrailBlazer unveiled last week at the Texas State Fair, as a base for derivative vehicles, including a “mini Avalanche” that sources say should hit the market as an '04 model. Codenamed GMT305, the crossover sport/utility vehicle (SUV)-pickup should be thought of simply as a smaller and less expensive version of the full-size, over $30,000 Chevy Avalanche crossover SUV due in ...

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