ALTON, VA – Although it expected volume to be small – and it is, American Suzuki Motor Corp. nevertheless wants to sell more Equator compact pickups. A twin of the Nissan Frontier, Suzuki has delivered 2,033 of the trucks this year through September, Ward’s data shows. The Equator, built at Nissan North America Inc.’s Smyrna, TN, plant, was launched in December 2008. But an American Suzuki official says the auto maker could have sold more of the pickups if it had correctly predicted the ...

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