DETROIT – Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc.'s first pickup truck in more than 10 years, the compact Raider, is off to a slow start since going on sale in late September. Just 767 have been sold, representing only a fraction of the 8,325 units built through November, according to Ward's data. Mitsubishi Raider sales off to slow start. The Raider, built on the same chassis as the Dodge Dakota, is assembled at DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s Warren, MI, truck plant. In comparison, Dakota ...
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