General Motors Corp. inks a unique deal with the U.S. Overseas Military Sales Corp.'s NavyAutosource division to display Chevy Trackers at foreign U.S. armed forces installations and increase deliveries of the small sport/utility (SUV) vehicle to military personnel. Some 550 Trackers will be delivered in 2001 to U.S. military personnel upon their return stateside, up from 120 last year. Pete Hornick, GM product manager for OMSC, says orders are expected to hit 700 eventually. Military ...
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