Fullsize pickup truck inventories are bulging a bit in the U.S., but General Motors executives tell financial analysts today they will have the situation firmly under control as the auto maker heads into 2012. GM ended July with 209,000 fullsize pickups on dealer lots, equal to a 115-day supply. That compares with 159,000 units, or a 70-day supply, at the end of 2010. Only a slight reduction is expected over the year’s second half, with inventories forecast by GM at 200,000 units, or ...
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