The last time General Motors Corp. introduced an all-new fullsize pickup truck, gasoline averaged $1.16 per gallon; the Ford F-Series ruled the segment; and critics derided Toyota’s just-launched fullsize pickup as merely a “three-quarters-sized” truck. Some seven years later, GM has overtaken the F-Series to claim the top spot in the U.S. large-truck market, and Asian rivals are digging into the last American-dominated segment with fullsize trucks that so far have captured a 1.2% share of ...
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