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GM Names Its All-New 2005 Minivans

September 22, 2003

General Motors announced the names of its four new 2005-model year crossover sport van (CSV) models that will replace the current U-body minivans. Replacing the Chevrolet Venture will be the 2005 Uplander, and the 2005 Pontiac Montana SV6 will replace the Montana. In addition, Buick and Saturn will receive new minivans built off this platform. The new models will be called the Saturn Relay and Buick Terraza. The Terraza will be the third entry in Buick’s growing truck portfolio. Production for the four minivans will begin in 4Q 2004 at the Doraville assembly plant near Atlanta.
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