Commentary Market attention currently is focused on the debut of two fullsize pickup trucks: Ford’s new do-or-die F-150 vs. Nissan’s first foray into the segment with the Titan, whose Job One was Oct. 21. Both are crucial to the success of their respective companies and both face stiff competition from Dodge’s Hemi-equipped Ram, Chevrolet’s Silverado and GMC’s Sierra. Seemingly forgotten in the heat of battle is the midsize-pickup segment, which, while in the shadows, has not ...
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