Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc.’s Raider compact pickup truck will see another model year, Ward’s learns. The troubled truck, a rebadged version of the Dodge Dakota, has sold just 4,251 units in the U.S. since it was launched last September, according to Ward’s data, making it a likely candidate for an early death. Some 312 units of the ’06 model, Mitsubishi’s first foray into the pickup segment since the mid 1990s, have been produced this year at Chrysler Group’s Warren, MI, truck ...

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