CAREFREE, AZ – While not as strong as it was just a year ago, the fullsize truck market is robust enough to accommodate both diesel and hybrid-electric powertrains, General Motors Corp.’s top truck executive says. GM executives indicate a diesel is a must have, while a hybrid pickup that is on track for 2009 is important but not likely a make-or-break vehicle. GM and Ford Motor Co. both are working on diesel variants. Ford is seen as the aggressor, reportedly planning to add a diesel ...
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