STEVENSON, WA – Some industry watchers believe any auto maker trying to increase body-on-frame light-truck sales in the U.S. this year is on a fool’s mission, given the plunge in deliveries in response to high gasoline prices. But by refreshing these models, via mostly reshuffling option packages and adding features, Nissan North America Inc. is hoping to make a case for its SUVs and pickup trucks. “To state the marketplace is challenging would be a gross understatement…(but) people ...
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