LOS ANGELES – The mix of trucks in Honda Motor America’s total sales lineup will surpass 30% after output of the recently introduced Pilot midsize SUV gets into full swing and after the launch of the Element, a Civic-based cross/utility vehicle, in December. Sales targets for both new trucks start out modestly – 70,000 units for the Pilot and roughly 50,000 units of the Element in the first full year of sales, says Dan Bonawitz, vice president-planning and logistics. Even with the two new ...
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