It’s hard to tell looking at the numbers, but the U.S. Big Three are beginning to feel the effects of increased competition in the fullsize pickup market. It’s not that sales are down. In fact, new competition in the form of the Nissan Titan, which arrived in December, has done nothing but increase demand for fullsize pickups in the U.S. Through July, sales are up 4.8%. And not all that growth belongs to Nissan. Ford’s revamped F-Series has gone gangbusters in the past year, with sales ...
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