Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America Inc. President Hiroshi Yajima says part of his company's aggressive product plans is a new truck model — possibly not a traditional truck, but more of a crossover-type vehicle — to go on sale after 2000. “We would like our truck sale rates to be closer to 50% (of the mix),” Mr. Yajima tells Ward's Automotive Reports. He says there has been no decision on where to produce the new vehicle. Meanwhile, Mitsubishi, which earlier this month unveiled a new ...
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