DETROIT – Chevrolet expects a 2-month trend of passenger cars outselling light trucks to continue in the coming months, especially if U.S. fuel prices remain elevated, the bow-tie brand’s top marketer says. “Where fuel prices go is anybody’s guess,” Chevy Marketing Vice President Rick Scheidt tells Ward’s at GM World Headquarters here. “But what’s good for Chevrolet is that by having a strong portfolio, from cars to (cross/utility vehicles) to trucks, we’re better-positioned to handle ...
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