NEW YORK – Chevrolet General Manager Brent Dewar doesn’t expect rising fuel prices to impact fullsize truck sales. “It's not important to truck purchases at this time," he says in an interview here. "In fact, fullsize sport utilities are having a great run." That said, he does admit there is discussion of fuel prices by truck customers, especially on the West Coast, but insists such concerns are not affecting sales. Chevrolet General Manager Brent Dewar The Chevy chief is confident ...

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