CHELSEA, MI – If the U.S. light-duty pickup truck market has remained perplexingly strong, regardless of several rational reasons why it shouldn’t, the heavy-duty segment isn’t far behind. DaimlerChrysler AG executives and engineers, here at the auto maker’s proving grounds to provide a peek at the all-new ’03 Dodge Ram heavy-duty pickup line that debuts this fall, mention almost with reverence how robust the market has remained for three-quarter-ton and 1-ton pickups. 2003 ...

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