GM set to roll out new medium-duties

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EDMONTON, Alta. — General Motors says it’s redefining the limits of medium-duty truck capability with a new generation of conventional cab trucks.

The new Class 4 and 5 models will be introduced first at the 2001 Truxpo — the western Canadian truck industry equipment show on Sept. 28, at the Northlands Agricom in Edmonton.

GM plans to unveil the new trucks at 11:30 a.m. at the GM display in booth 507.

Eastern Canada will be able to get its first look at the new units at Expocam 2001 in Montreal. They will be in booth 634.

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