DALLAS – Despite increasing competition from new players in the fullsize pickup market, Ford Motor Co. has no intention of relinquishing its position as America’s reigning pickup truck leader, two top executives say. Ford’s F-Series pickups have been the best-selling U.S. vehicles for the last 24 years through 2005, according to Ward’s data. “We’re going to continue to be a leader, and act like a leader, with confidence, not arrogance,” says Mark Fields, president-The Americas, at the ...

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