NEW YORK – Targeting customers who want a premium car experience in a truck, Buick Div. General Manager Roger Adams says sales of the brand will approach a 50/50 car/truck ratio over the long run. Long-term, trucks are expected to account for half Buick’s sales. But he emphasizes that Buick trucks will have car-like qualities. These trucks and remaining car lines will make Buick a more powerful competitor in the near-luxury segment, he promises. Through November, this year’s ...

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