Nissan's Ghosn Tries Again to Revive Sputtering Truck SalesBy and
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Detroit defends pickups, the last bastion of domestic glory
Carlos Ghosn opened the New York auto show saying the industry is going to change more -- with connectivity, autonomy and electrification -- in the next five years than it has in the past 20. One thing that’s likely to stay the same: Big pickups are hugely popular and profitable in the U.S. -- and dominated by domestic brands.
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