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GMC chief Duncan Aldred says a crossover smaller and less expensive than the compact Terrain is "a logical place" for the brand to expand.
Ford posts $2B profit; Earnings drop at Hyundai, rise at Daimler; Asbury axes Q Auto stores; Zetsche defends diesel; Petrol-car prohibition push; Buick, GMC future product.
Nearly a decade after the last industry downturn forced General Motors to delay development work on its next-generation crossovers, they're finally reaching dealerships.
GMC is trying to make more of an emotional appeal to consumers by launching an ad campaign that focuses on its buyers' lives with their vehicles, using the tag line "Like a Pro."
GM shareholders nix stock split; Lyft, NuTonomy to bring self-driving taxis to Boston; GMC launches 'Like a Pro' ads; On Twitter: Some brief banter with Tesla's Musk.
The GMC Yukon Denali is getting a 10-speed Hydra-Matic transmission developed in conjunction with Ford and a new, multidimensional grille for the 2018 model year.
GM's US sales slumped 5.8 percent in April, and its dealerships now have more inventory waiting to find buyers than at any month since before the recession started almost a decade ago.
General Motors has appointed Phil Brook, a regional director for Buick and GMC, to be the brands' new U.S. vice president of marketing.
Big gains for the Chevrolet Cruze and Buick Encore helped General Motors post a small U.S. sales increase for March, despite double-digit declines for 18 of the automaker's 43 nameplates.
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