Last week I was in Palm Desert and spotted a curious looking vehicle (see pic below) It was a Renault Traffic. It had Mexican license plates which explained the presence of a new Renault in the USA, since Renault hasn't sold anything here since the LeCar of the 80's. That's when Renault sold it's interest in AMC and left the US market. I did a little research and it turns out that the vehicle is made as part of a joint venture between GM and Renault. It is sold as the Vauxhall Vivaro, Opel Vivaro, and Renault Traffic. It is also manufactured by Nissan and sold as the Nissan Primastar. See Wikipedia for more info. It's 188" overall length puts it between the HHR's 176" and the Uplander's 191" It seats up to 9 passengers with a open, airy floorplan: A very cool looking people mover. Let's hope GM brings it stateside.