Oldsmobile arguably has the freshest lineup of any General Motors Corp. division, but it's not sitting still for 2000. Its top selling Alero, which accounts for 33% of Oldsmobile sales, finally gets a manual transmission. Intrigue will be the first midsize sedan to offer Bosch's Precision Control System, and it is streamlining options for its underachieving Silhouette minivan. Olds also is planning to show high-performance concepts of the three vehicles at the Specialty Equipment Makers ...

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