General Motors’ plan a for next-generation small pickup in the U.S. appears timely. Confirmation this week that a new Chevrolet Colorado is en route not only marks the bow-tie brand’s centennial, it comes as the auto maker’s crosstown competitors are exiting the segment. Production of the U.S.-market Ford Ranger and Chrysler’s Ram Dakota are slated to end this year. Will those customers migrate to Chevrolet? “I like my odds,” says Mike Rzadzki, general sales manager at Mike Anderson ...
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