DETROIT, Mich. — As part of its continued restructuring, General Motors has formally announced it will discontinue its medium-duty truck production.
The Chevy Kodiak and the GMC Topkick will be discontinued by July 31, after the company was unable to find a buyer.
“After four years of working with multiple potential buyers, General Motors has decided to wind-down its medium-duty truck operations,” the company announced on its Web site. “Production of the Chevy Kodiak and GMC Topkick medium duty trucks will cease by July 31, 2009.”
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