New reports suggest that economic conditions are ripe for trucks and SUVs to continue to dominate the automotive landscape.
Americans continued to snap up pickup trucks in the first quarter of the year, even as the overall auto market showed signs of cooling.
Orders for trucks in the heaviest Class 8 weight segment posted a big gain in February over the same period a year ago and point to a rebound for the trucking industry.
After a dismal 2016, orders for new heavy-duty trucks turned up in January, surpassing trucking industry expectations.
Nissan, in last place in big pickup truck sales in U.S., increases warranty to five-years, 100,000 miles to capture buyers.
Toyota, Nissan and other Asian automakers dominate U.S. sedan sales and do well in midsize pickups. So why can’t they catch a break with full-size trucks?