DETROIT - General Motors has raised sticker prices $100 on its small pickups and $105 on its large pickups. The lines involved are the Chevrolet Colorado and Silverado and the GMC Canyon and Sierra, which account for 24.2 percent of GM's total sales. The Chevy increases average $33 when sales-weighted against the entire fleet of 2008 Chevrolet cars and trucks. The sales-weighted boost is $50 for GMC. Automotive News estimates that the latest actions bring GM's price hike on 2008 models to $286, or 0.99 percent.
GM pickups rise $100-$105
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