In search of a positive spin to counter three consecutive money losing quarters and flagging sales since August, General Motors Corp. chooses to highlight its recently introduced vehicles at the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show in Las Vegas. Given the current high fuel prices, as well as the preference of most West Coast auto enthusiasts, nearly all of the GM-commissioned SEMA cars and trucks are small or midsize models. GM displays six Chevrolet Cobalt small cars, five Chevrolet ...
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