The Chevrolet Cavalier convertible is gone for good unless the automaker can price the compact ragtop more affordably, says a top Chevrolet executive. Cavalier and Pontiac Sunfire convertible production in Lansing, MI, was halted in late 1999 to accommodate Cadillac Eldorado output (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Dec. 13, '99, p.1). “We've got to find a more favorable price point if we're going to do entry-level convertibles,” says Chevrolet Marketing General Manager Kurt Ritter. “Our ...

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