Take a tour of the CAMI Automotive Inc. plant in Ingersoll, Ont., Canada, and you won’t see workers installing old-fashioned window cranks as Chevrolet Equinoxes roll down the line. Power windows come standard. The Equinox is General Motors Corp.’s entry-level cross/utility vehicle, one designed to lure young buyers with an attractive price, with hopes the customer eventually will upgrade to a better-equipped, higher-priced, more spacious SUV within the GM family. Not long ago, a vehicle ...
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