GM Postpones Redesigned Versions of its SUVs and Full-Size Trucks

GM is postponing redesigning its large SUVs and full-size pickups as the market shifts towards more fuel-efficient vehicles.

Gas prices are way over $4 a gallon in many parts of the country, which is forcing many consumers to finally look at more efficient vehicles. This has forced many of the automakers to rethink their current production plans. GM, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Honda and so on have all announced plans to decrease truck and SUV production in favor of more fuel-efficient small cars and crossovers.

GM has now announced that the life cycle of its current full-size trucks and SUVs is going to be extended. This means if you were hoping for a redesigned Chevy Silverado or GMC Yukon you are going to have to wait longer.

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