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GM to Introduce a New Cutaway Model of Express and Savana in 2003

April 2, 2002

Adding to its portfolio of compressed natural gas (CNG) passenger and cargo vans, General Motors will be introducing a new cutaway model of the Express and Savana full-size vans in 2003 that operate either as a bi-fuel or on dedicated CNG. Wheelbases will be available in 159 inches or 177 inches. The fuel tanks will hold 20.6 gasoline gallon equivalent for bi-fuel and 29.7 gasoline gallon equivalent for dedicated CNG. For more information, contact a GM regional alternative-fuel vehicle sales manager or visit
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