MILFORD – Volume is up, and margins on General Motors Corp. fullsize pickups remain “pretty strong,” despite introduction of a new entry from Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and a totally revamped Ford F-150, says Gary White, vehicle line executive-fullsize trucks. GM says margins remain “pretty strong” on fullsize trucks. White says that because GM is confident it will sell even more fullsize pickups and SUVs, it continues to explore ways to get more production from existing facilities. But ...

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