DEARBORN, MI – Fleet pickup-truck customers are a different breed. While retail customers typically opt for luxuries such as heated leather seats, navigation systems and high-end sound systems, fleet buyers outfit their trucks with only the bare necessities. Take for example crank windows, a feature that long ago disappeared from dealer showrooms. “It’s true, we still have manual windows, doors and mirrors on the ’09 F-150,” Mark Grueber, F-150 marketing manager, tells Ward’s at an ...
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