By Soyoung Kim AUBURN HILLS, Mich., May 29 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC [CBS.UL] said on Thursday that it expected to increase its share of the tough U.S. pickup truck market with the September launch of the redesigned Dodge Ram. The 2009 model, which will compete against Ford Motor Co's redesigned version of the U.S. market-leading F-Series pickup truck slated for later this year, comes as truck sales plummet amid record high gasoline prices. Still, the Dodge Ram remains Chrysler's single ...
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