General Motors Co. no longer plans to give Buick a 5-passenger cross/utility vehicle derived from the same architecture as the GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Equinox now arriving at dealers, Buick GMC General Manager Susan Docherty says. GM scrapped a Buick CUV based on the Terrain/Equinox’s Theta Epsilon platform last month after consumers and journalists were critical of a near-production model. But such a vehicle would make great sense for Buick’s growing portfolio, especially given that ...

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