NEW YORK – Isuzu Motors America Inc. President J. Terry Maloney came to the New York auto show in April with something to prove. Isuzu’s weighty problems, both in the U.S. and globally, have caused the automotive media to begin ringing the death knell – prompting widespread belief that the auto maker soon will pull out of the U.S. But Maloney says Isuzu isn’t going anywhere – a point he emphasizes with future-product detail stretching as far as the ’06 model year – and takes the ...
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