Although it is trailing year-ago sales through June, Chevrolet General Manager Brent Dewar believes General Motors Corp.’s largest volume division will finish ahead of 2002 in the next six months. Chevy GM Brent Dewar says division’s 2003 sales will beat 2002. “We’re definitely going to pull ahead,” Dewar tells Ward’s. Chevy sold 2,629,726 cars and trucks in 2002, according to Ward’s data. Through June, sales for the nameplate total 1,262,044 units, a 5.6% decrease from the ...
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