LOS ANGELES – General Motors is not alarmed that Nissan is entering the commercial-van segment but nor is it coasting, a top executive says. “We’ve got other things that (can) broaden that portfolio and leverage it much better,” Mark Reuss, president-GM North America, tells WardsAuto in an interview here. GM is the No.2 best-seller of commercial vans in the U.S., with 58,095 Chevy Express and 14,006 GMC Savana deliveries through October, WardsAuto data shows. ...

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